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The Internet is a double-edged sword—it can either protect a victim or create another one.
What is call-out culture? According to Forbes, it is “a term which defines the social phenomenon of publicly denouncing perceived racism, sexism, homophobia, and other forms of bigotry.” That’s it in a nutshell, but if you’re still finding that definition a little too vague,
Time to "restrict" those trolls.
In 2010, your favorite social media app, Instagram, was born. Nine years ago, the community was still so small that its founders, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, could still manually delete mean and abusive comments. Over the years, there's no denying that
Are women now expected to once again think twice about what they are wearing?
Summer air, electric vibe, nomadic mind, all captured in photographs of countless sun-kissed smiles and dervish twirls. With a sense of freedom and belief in self-expression, Filipinas share over Facebook snippets of their lives with little hesitation, with a conviction that one’s
You can never win in the web.
The Internet is a huge scary virtual world, but what makes it even less friendly are the lurking trolls that await your every post. These are online users who purposely disrupt the community by posting comments, photos, videos, or GIFs powered by