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North East musicians spread joy during lockdown

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A group of gigging musicians from the North East have created a new Facebook group to bring live music to both the North East communities, as well as the wider UK population....

Why social media is good for political discourse

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Sesha Subramanian on the virtues of social media, for both citizens and the people who represent them...

Why social media is bad for political discourse

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Ewan Helliwell on how the internet has toxified the way we talk to each other...

Nintendo PlayStation Prototype auction reaches £372,000

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The rare Nintendo and PlayStation hybrid is currently up for auction, with an offer of $1.2 million being declined....

Our top ten of 2010s: The Social Network (2010)

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Andrew White explains why we should all more than 'Like' this Zuckerberg bio-pic....

How have social media poets revolutionised the art form?

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Patrick Young discusses the modern revolution of poetry in which contemporary poets have presented their work online rather than on paper ...

Is there enough regulation of political parties’ social media?

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Faye Navesey on the Conservatives' decision to pose as an objective fact checker on Twitter...

Is social media good for students?

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It is considered common knowledge that social media has a detrimental effect on students. Seen by many to be the source of all problems. Whilst there is no doubt that some issues...

Big Brother is watching you: concerns regarding social media and democracy

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From the app TikTok’s attempts to promote Chinese foreign policy and conduct censorship to Cambridge Analytica’s alleged election interference, and to YouTube’s...

Social media’s impact on the film industry

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Joe Holloran speaks of the impact of social media on the film industry...