While not visible in mainstream internet spaces, dogpilling is a longstanding theory that is rapidly beginning to thrive.
In this social media age, the far right is one small community, united in purpose and action but merely fighting on different battlefields.
The parody character is aimed at those who claim “you can’t say anything anymore”, while their opinions are constantly repeated on TV and in the papers.
In an era of profound suspicion towards party bureaucracies, digital media has delivered a new type of politician.
While the pessimism around Facebook’s big announcement is justified, it’s worth being hopeful for the success of this platform overhaul.
Facebook’s comment section is home to an overwhelming number of people who are absolutely adamant that they will never die.
Despite the dangers of the “Momo Challenge” being widely debunked, the media will flock to wherever the big clicks lie.
It isn’t Twitter or Instagram that make me able to cope with mental health problems. It’s people, and the technology just brings them closer.
Past conspiracies depended on hoaxes and studies. Today, social media has enabled anti-vaccination propaganda to go mainstream.
Even if Labour wasn’t breaking apart, the government just doesn’t have time.
Hidden behind the animal masks are surgeons, traders and some of society’s highest earners.