The visible praise of Hitler on the platform is alarming. One video showed two teenagers asking, "who is the most famous Jewish chef?" They then answer "Hitler" with a meme of Hitler as KFC's Colonel Sanders. Another video—a duet response to a young Hasidic Jew rapping about being Jewish—showed a young boy cringing with the text, "Where's Hitler when you need him?!?!?" In yet another video, one boy started his clip with, "how to escape a concentration camp." He continued, "now that I have the Jews attention," and climbed into an oven. … [Read more...] about The Social Media Bigotry Pandemic Boils Over to TikTok | Opinion
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Nicole Appleton has broken her social media silence after making headlines earlier this month. The All Saints singer has been keeping a low-profile after she was pictured looking cosy with Take Me Out presenter Paddy McGuinness during a night out in London. Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, the former pop star simply wrote: "Good morning Tuesday." Fans have offered their words of support to Nicole after she was linked to the married TV personality. … [Read more...] about Nicole Appleton breaks social media silence as fans rally round her
Social media presence in our lives has its pros and cons, believes Raveena Tandon, who harnesses it not just for some fun, but activism, too. The actor, who has two growing up kids, has strong views about the “sexually repulsive and misogynistic” content that has recently come into the spotlight on video-sharing app, TikTok. … [Read more...] about Raveena Tandon on repulsive content on social media: Even if five minds out of a million followers get influenced, the harm is done
But if you lead a revolution, at some point you’re going to have to govern. Zuckerberg and Dorsey have created tools that legitimately changed the world, and not always for the worse. But in so doing they’ve also eliminated the physical and cultural structures — from establishment-newspaper dominance to the primacy of face-to-face interaction — that helped keep harassment, abuse, and misinformation to a smaller minimum. Now that the world is changed, it’s up to them to ensure that the best values of the past endure. They could start by at least acknowledging the problem. … [Read more...] about Do Social Media’s Titans Use Their Own Services?
Bollywood actress Ileana D'Cruz, who has delivered several blockbuster films like 'Rustom', 'Barfi' and many others has been winning over the internet with her social media posts. The mesmerising diva, who has been at home due to the lockdown enjoys a huge fan following and she too makes sure that her fans are entertained. Taking to Instagram today, she shared a beautiful selfie wherein she can be seen experimenting with filters while she sports a pony while posing with some makeup. She captioned the post as "Interrupted cleaning to <=> try on unnecessary lipstick <=> take unnecessary selfie <=> use unnecessary filter <=> and then post said ‘unnecessary’ness 💁🏻♀️" View this post on Instagram … [Read more...] about Ileana D’Cruz experiments with filters on social media to share a beautiful selfie; view it here
Amitabh Bachchan, who has been ruling the entertainment industry for decades has been one of the most active celebrities on social media. From motivating people to keep themselves healthy to diving deep into his vault to dig out an unseen throwback picture, Big B has been keeping his fans on their toes. Taking to Instagram, the 77-year-old actor shared a soundless video wherein we can see him putting his hand on his heart. But it's the caption that has Big B doing all the talking as he wrote, "आइए मन के किसी कोने में किसी के बारे में पड़ी कड़वाहट को क्वेरनटाईन ( quarantine ) करें क्या पता … [Read more...] about Amitabh Bachchan takes to social media to share his heartfelt quarantine thoughts; wins over with the caption