30 Screenshots Of People Who Caught Others Shamelessly Spreading Lies On The Internet And Stepped In To Shut Them Up. Nobody was born BS-proof.
We've all lied, said nonsense, regretted it, or maybe not. Sometimes the nonsense we shared did no harm to us or people around, and sometimes it really paid off. This gut doctor begs every American to throw out this vegetable now. There is a gut doctor, and he begs Americans: “Throw out this vegetable now.”
This news is accompanied by a different image nearly every time. 30 People That Left The Funniest Reviews On Amazon (New Pics) The furore over the fish-eating vegan influencer is a warning to us all. Nobody was supposed to see Yovana Mendoza eating the fish.
The 28-year-old influencer, also known as Rawvana, has amassed more than 3 million followers across YouTube and Instagram by extolling the life-changing properties of a raw vegan diet. She has built a lucrative brand around veganism. But a couple of weeks ago, Mendoza was recorded eating seafood in a video posted by another vlogger. Looks Can Be Deceiving: Deepfakes. Facebook fake review factories uncovered by Which? investigation. Fake review factories that run on Facebook and manufacture misleading five-star reviews that are then posted on Amazon have been uncovered by investigators from Which?
The consumer group said two large Facebook groups – Amazon Deals Group and Amazon UK Reviewers – were behind the unscrupulous practice, along with smaller groups. Together they may have up to 87,000 members potentially engaged in writing fake reviews. Inside the Facebook groups, companies post details of products for which they are seeking positive reviews. The reviewers have to pay for the items – so that Amazon believes the buyer is genuine – but after leaving a glowing review, the company refunds the purchase price through PayPal, and sometimes pays an additional fee.
Undercover researchers for Which? “They were instructed to order a specified item through Amazon, write a review and share a link to the review once it was published. But the Which? The Flourishing Business of Fake YouTube Views. Jordan Peterson, Custodian of the Patriarchy. Bannon in his own words click 2x. AP Photo/ Evan Vucci President-elect Donald Trump made one of the first hires of his administration on Sunday by selecting his campaign CEO, Steve Bannon, to serve as White House chief strategist.
The appointment of the 62-year-old former executive chairman of Breitbart News set off a firestorm of criticism, as politicians of all political stripes argued that he harbored sympathies for white nationalist arguments and rhetoric. Organizations including the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League condemned Bannon for "aggressively pushing stories against immigrants" and his association with "unabashed anti-Semites and racists. " Businessinsider. Baby Breitbarts to pop up across the country? In March, Congresswoman Diane Black, a top candidate for governor in Tennessee, put out a campaign ad that seemed at first glance to be utterly textbook: a scene of President Donald Trump embracing her played while a quote from a local news outlet is displayed in the foreground: “President Trump to Rep Diane Black: ‘You Came Through’ on Tax Reform,” it read, citing a headline from the Tennessee Star.
Close watchers may have had just one question: What is the Tennessee Star? Story Continued Below. Breitbart’s readership plunges. Breitbart, the alt-right news site whose executive chairman Steve Bannon was pushed out in January after feuding with President Donald Trump, has lost about half its readership according to comScore, raising questions about its future.
The site dropped from 15 million unique visitors in October, per comScore, to 13.7 million in November, 9.9 million in December, 8.5 million in January and 7.8 million in February. Story Continued Below Its comScore figure for January was down 51 percent from the same month a year earlier, and the February number was down 49 percent from 2017. Last month was the site’s least trafficked since February 2015, four months before Donald Trump declared his candidacy for president. There are several potential causes for Breitbart’s troubles, including changes to Facebook’s news-feed algorithm, amped up investment in digital by Fox News, and the shifting status of Bannon.
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Right wing extremism, social media, and the geopolitics of anti-Muslim hate, by Bharat Ganesh. Dr Bharath Ganesh. Bharath is a researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute working on the Data Science in Local Government and VOX-Pol projects.
His current research explores the spread and impact of data science techniques in local governments across Europe, right-wing and counter-jihad extremism in Europe and the United States, and uses big data to study new media audiences and networks. He is developing new projects to study hate speech and extremism online and regulatory responses to this problem. Broadly, Bharath’s research focuses on the relation between technology, media, and society.
Bharath holds a PhD in Geography from University College London (2017). His doctoral research used ethnographic methods to study ethics, politics, and multiculturalism in American hip-hop.