With the rise of social media platforms like Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, and TikTok, there has been a market for content about criminal cases. Many include unsolved murders or disappearances that first go over the details of the case but then take a questionable turn of speculating who the perpetrator is.
There are only two instances where humans are regarded as users, drug use and social networks. On Wednesday, Facebook agreed to pay $550 million dollars in a class action lawsuit to the state of Illinois regarding their facial recognition software. As one of three states with their own standalone biometric
Even teachers can get suspended now a days, but not for an extravagant reason. A simple costume worn on Halloween is sufficient to remove them from campus on paid leave. I feel like we are seeing more and more of these types of articles in modern society, articles showing people
Recently, the Facebook company has been in hot water with many users since news broke last month that Cambridge Analytica, a London-based data analytics group that worked for the 2016 Trump campaign, was able to obtain information about tens of millions of users. CEO Mark Zuckerberg, largely silent to the
A few weeks ago, I watched “The Social Network” for the first time, not at all expecting the controversies and insanity that surrounded the creation and founding of one of the largest, if not the largest, social networking sites in the world: Facebook. Facebook, in and of itself, is an
Is censorship ever justified and acceptable? Cuban artist Erik Ravelo created a controversial photography project titled “Los Intocables” which means “The Untouchables”. This project is designed to point out and discuss the topic of violence against children across the globe. The art project consists of many photographs in which each
Zilla van den Born, a Dutch graphic design student, took a five week long vacation–at home. No one knew this, but her. Everyone else following her on Facebook thought she was in Southeast Asia. Born took several photos of herself and Photoshopped herself so it looked like she having the
Eric Ravelo’s newest artwork regarding violence against children has been censored by Facebook. The art project, entitled “Los Intocables,” or “The Untouchables,” is art created through human sculpture that portrays the issues that are tormenting children all over the globe. Ravelo believes that “the right to childhood should be protected,”