Kevin sues parents for his name

Kevin unhappy with parents about his name

Last night on Facebook, Kevin noticed that a very serious post of names started circulating. Apparently, if your name was on the list, it means that you have less brain cells than a gold fish. Kevin's nightmare finally came true. He survived many lists in which his name was not mentioned. But now, Facebook is … Continue reading Kevin sues parents for his name

Terrorists no longer welcome on Facebook and Twitter

The last attack in London has caused a severe upset in the war against terrorism. A lot of the content on Facebook and Twitter is still filled with hatred, calls for violence and threats. But both social media platforms now realize that this can no longer be accepted. Hardcore Facebook follower Lisa Anderson advises: "whenever … Continue reading Terrorists no longer welcome on Facebook and Twitter

Switzerland severely punishes Facebook users who like racist posts

  In Switzerland, a man (45) has been convicted for liking insulting, damaging and libel Facebook posts. As a penalty, he now has to pay a large fine of 4.000 euros. The Swiss hope to discourage people from showing their support for racist and anti-Semitic Facebook posts. This signal has definitely scared some people. Frank … Continue reading Switzerland severely punishes Facebook users who like racist posts

Facebook’s bizarre educational ambitions

Facebook has some weird rules and regulations concerning posts. For example, it allows people to post videos in which they show self-mutilation. Moreover, under certain conditions, cannibalism, animal abuse and abortions are allowed to be shown on the social media platform. Social media expert Ron Karl explains: “Facebook probably allows this kind of unusual and … Continue reading Facebook’s bizarre educational ambitions

Facebook finds new unexplored gap in the market: food-delivery

  Facebook has announced that they are looking into a function which allows their users to order food. This might sound like a crazy idea, because who is willing to order food from a restaurant to eat it at home. Facebook user Kate Poss says it well: “Eating restaurant food at home is like eating … Continue reading Facebook finds new unexplored gap in the market: food-delivery