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We cannot function on social media believing that we only exist within our own spaces/platforms - the article may no longer be on The Malay Mail Online website but its link, headline and perhaps some of the text will exist continually on the Internet.
It is because of these reasons that such anti-social behaviour seems to be increasingly common in our daily online lives – whether it is in insulting customers (or other people) or online public shaming.

Sharing session with #cronkiteuro12 students

A couple of weeks ago, I received a tweet from @DrBillASU inviting me to meet with some of his students from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications who would be in London as part of their European study trip. London was the first of three European stops for the students […]

Paradigm Mall issue: My social media perspective

By now, many of you who are active on the Malaysian social mediascape would have heard about the disaster on Paradigm Mall’s Facebook page a week ago. In response to complaints about elevators at the new shopping mall, someone with administrator access to the page took a rather unpopular tone – sarcasm. Such a reaction […]

10,000 Twitter followers is pretty special

If you’ve ever heard any of my talks on digital culture, you would know that Twitter is my social network of choice. There are many reasons for this but one of the main ones is that Twitter has connected me with people that I would never in my life have imagined I’d speak to. Early […]

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