Characters of the popular TV drama series now have their own Facebook and Twitter accounts, but will you be chatting to them?
The advertising campaign developed by digital production company ‘Somethin’ Else’ is a multi-platform venture. Each of the characters from the BAFTA award winning British drama has created their own Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Via social media the characters will post about storyline-specific and non-storyline specific topics following … - Read More >
In another tragic chapter of the decline of the once-great social networking site, new statistics show that MySpace lost approximately 10 million users in just one month (January to February).… - Read More >
Social networking sites may have to change privacy settings due to new EU proposal.
The EU has announced that it is looking to find an effective way of allowing people the right to be forgotten online.
Justice Commissioner Vivian Reding has confirmed that she will attempt to improve online privacy particularly on social media sites. This follows a warning that she to sent Facebook last year concerning their … - Read More >
Chinese toddler reunited with his family thanks to a social networking campaign.
A Chinese toddler has been reunited with his family after an internet campaign resulted in him being freed from his kidnappers. Crowds celebrated in the street as Lele was re-united with his father in an event that was filmed by journalists from around the world. The child was kidnapped three years ago and his parents have been searching ever since.… - Read More >
The prestigious accolade awarded annually to persons of influence by Time magazine has been given to Mark Zuckerberg for his creation of Facebook which unites more than 600 million users the world over.
It may come as no surprise to hear that the most influential person of 2010 is the founder of the social networking site which has separately … - Read More >
Social networking sites are easily accessed through the Amazon Kindle in China.
Sales of Amazon’s Kindle have increased in China thanks to the device allowing customers to access banned sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
The Golden Shield Project or ‘The Great Firewall’ was enforced in 1997 to stop citizens viewing any online material that the government deemed offensive but thanks to the Amazon Kindle people are avoiding the strict censorships laws with ease.… - Read More >