BACK in 2015, Una Healy and Ben Foden had a picture perfect marriage. But the reality was very different - as Ben had been having an affair with PR girl Becky Milne, 26, behind Una's back. The Sun exclusively revealed love-rat Ben's infidelity this week and how Una had been left heartbroken by his deception. Before Ben's affair was revealed, he and Una appeared to be living the dream. The Saturdays star, 36, had given Ben two beautiful children and was a devoted mother and wife. Ben regularly posted sweet pictures of Una, calling her his "best friend". stars of social Here are ALL the social media handles for the Love Island 2018 contestants I DO! The lowdown on the Love Island couple's future together STILL LOVED UP The Love Island 2018 couples who are still together outside of the villa... CRACKIN' QUOTES The best quotes and lines from Love Island 2018 so far... KEM ON AND LISTEN The lowdown on Love Island: Morning After and who will be hosting GET GRAFTING Want to apply for … [Read more...] about Ben Foden posted gushing pictures of Una Healy about their perfect marriage on social media while he was cheating with PR girl
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Four teenagers and a 12-year-old boy have been arrested on suspicion of assault after a video was posted on social media showing a boy being badly attacked in an alleyway. The youngster was punched in the face and kicked several times near the Tappers Harker pub in Long Eaton, at about 3.40pm on July 1. The attack was filmed on a mobile phone and uploaded to social media, where it has since been widely shared. A senior police officer has urged members of the public to stop sharing the video. Five males - aged 12 to 17 - have been arrested in connection with the incident and are currently in police custody. Inspector Jim Thompson, who is in charge of policing in Long Eaton, said: “Our enquiries into this incident are ongoing and I would like to reassure people that we are dealing with it robustly. “Since the video was shared, there has been an air of tension in the community and I would ask that members of the public leave it to us to investigate the matter. Read More The … [Read more...] about Boy, 12, among FIVE arrested over horrific attack posted on social media
Cheryl Makin (Bridgewater, N.J.) Courier News, (East Brunswick, N.J.) Home News Tribune Published 8:26 p.m. UTC Jun 6, 2018 NEW BRUNSWICK – Another Rutgers University professor has taken to social media to rail against a race — in this case, his own. In an expletive-laced rant, professor James Livingston complained about "little Caucasian a--holes" as part of a Facebook post Thursday evening. Livingston, who is white, began his post saying, "OK, officially, I now hate white people." The rant apparently stemmed from an experience that annoyed him at Harlem Shake, restaurant, in New York earlier in the evening, according to The Daily Caller. On staff as a professor in the history department in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers-New Brunswick since September 2003, Livingston is the author of several books including "The World Turned Inside Out: American Thought and Culture at the End of the 20th Century," "No More Work: Why Full Employment Is A … [Read more...] about Rutgers University professor accused of racist rant against whites on social media
Sharing information about our personal lives is a fundamental part of communicating on social media - so how can you do it without putting yourself, and others, in danger? Cyber stalkers and scammers rely on people whose innocent and celebratory posts on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram inadvertently reveal more than they intend. Proud new home owners taking a selfie outside their front door with the number showing? Posting a photo of your child's first day at school in their new uniform? Sharing images of your new car (with only one shot including its number plate) to friends including your work colleagues? In three posts, criminals can join the dots to build a sophisticated picture of the lives we lead. Here are five key ways to communicate safely on social media: Most of us wouldn't reveal sensitive information like home addreses, phone number or bank details. But the more you post about the specifics of your job, daily movements and social lives the easier it is for identity … [Read more...] about How can you protect yourself on social media?
A couple of years ago I wrote a letter to The Irish News, concerned about the situation in the north becoming a tinderbox. This was prior to any Brexit vote/Stormont collapse. Sadly, I was along the right track and was hoping to be called out as wrong. These days we have become even more toxic, where political parties are experts at defining terrorism, and others retweet posts such as those by ‘OnThisDayTheIRA’ etc. We also have politicians using republican actions, that resulted in the death of someone’s loved ones, to challenge the likes of Sinn Féin in some way. I also see that republicans try to justify the armed struggle/conflict/Troubles, whatever one would like to call it. I am not going to be judge or jury on these issues but I remember a conversation we had with Robin Eames back in the early 2000s during the Eames/Bradley process. Dr Eames asked me “are not a loyalist mother’s tears the same as a republican mother’s?” … [Read more...] about Toxic communication on social media is not the way forward