Abigail McAlpine is a Computer Science & Informatics PhD Researcher at University of Huddersfield. Here she comments on the recent news story about Katie Price becoming the unlikely spokesperson asking MPs to tackle online abuse with regards to the online trolling of her disabled son Harvey.
Richard Jones, University of Huddersfield, contributes to an article on The Conversation about the ways Twitter has changed the world. Also contributing are Sharon Coen, University of Salford; Aleksej Heinze, University of Salford; Deborah Chambers, Newcastle University; Kirsty Fairclough-Isaacs, University of Salford; and Philip James, Newcastle University.
Richard Jones is a Journalism and Media Lecturer at the University of Huddersfield and teaches about journalism technologies and innovation in journalism. Here, in an article written for The Conversation, he questions whether or not the big tech companies, such as Facebook and Google, should pay for the tremendous amount of news that is shared on their
Head of Politics Dr Pete Woodcock talks about why Winston Churchill would have been brilliant at social media.
Midwifery lecturer Charlotte Kenyon on TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp’s article in the Daily Mail where the TV presenter claims that women are being stigmatised for having non-natural birth or using formula milk.