The original tweet has been retweeted almost 27,000 times in just two days
MPs, today, hold a debate in Parliament on male suicide and International Men's Day
Emoji are now being harnessed by Facebook and Twitter to do a job for which they were never intended
The hoax image which branded Sikh writer Veerender Jubbal as one of the Paris terrorists spread like wildfire online in the aftermath of the attacks
Organising under #opISIS and #opParis, the group is attempting to take down the websites and social media accounts of people associated with the group — as well as apparently release personal details of those involved in recruitment
"Instead of silence or helpfulness, social media pukes out stupidity, virtue-signaling and vicarious “enjoyment”
‘Expect massive cyber attacks. War is declared. Get prepared,’ the group warned in a video, launched as part of its #OpISIS
The girl who plastered posters around town with her email address and a hashtag is a very 21st century romance story
A petition calling for Sandra White to 'resign for her racist tweet' has received almost 600 signatures
Susan Carland says she now 'barely bats an eyelid' when receiving hate-messages
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A string of racist incidents have caused pain and outcry amongst the black students and faculty members at the University of Missouri.
The farmer from Saskatchewan province drove 'right past' her flock the first time she went to find them
A computer science educator from Virginia didn't know what he was getting himself into when he snagged the @JohnLewis username on Twitter
Black Student Union says message is ‘an act of blatant terrorism’ and, although disappointed, says ‘we are not surprised’
Leslie Miley, who said he was the only African-American in engineering leadership at Twitter, was laid off due to the company's recently planned downsizing.