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27% of British people who have posted online admit to behaviour that could count as trolling – among young people the figure is 43% Justice Secretary Chris Grayling recently told the Mail on Sunday that ‘internet trolls’ who subject others to sexually offensive, verbally abusive or threatening material online could ...
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In recent days, hundreds of thousands of Snapchat images stored on a third party website were leaked online by internet hackers. Many of these images contained content that users most definitely did not intend to be released publically.  Some are also believed to show users under the age of 16. ...
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Most British people would support a ban on e-cigarettes being used indoors – and half support a ban on smoking tobacco in public open places such as parks The World Health Organisation called for a ban on the use of e-cigarettes indoors over the summer, warning that the products could ...
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YouGov reveals the young British actors and actresses who are most well known – and most well liked – among audiences in Britain In a two-part survey YouGov asked people in Britain which actors and actresses under 40 years old they had heard of, and which they rate highly. The ...
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The first part of a new YouGov study into love and relationships reveals how over time, they get more practical, less ‘head over heels’ and people stop saying ‘I love you’ 70% of the adult British population is in a relationship at the moment, of which 46% are married. A ...
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Now that the hype concerning the recent viral internet craze the ‘ice bucket challenge’ seems to have subsided, we can analyse how successful the campaign has been in raising attention and awareness of one of the charities concerned. Many may argue that the original premise of the video can be ...
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