The cancellation of movies and TV shows might seem like a personal vendetta against fans but it is usually for rather more basic reasons.
Once they have you locked in, the people behind social media seem determined to make the experience as increasingly awful as they possibly can.
Once again, Britain’s self-appointed advertising censors are allowing a handful of tutting moralists to dictate what everyone else can see.
Let’s not allow outrage at inappropriate workplace behaviour by an MP to further embolden the moralising opportunists.
In which the hyper-competitive world of social media turns its ire on… readers.
The false personas, created lifestyles, attention-seeking humblebrags and empty entitlement of the online world.
The depressing spectacle of the people and global corporations who use tragedy, anger and fear to boost their profile and make money.
Selectively blocking individual Twitter feeds in specific countries will not placate the censorial and feels like the thin end of the wedge.
The launch of a new adult entertainment streaming service, creator platform and social network.
Exploring the conspiracy-driven world of QAnon and the new book that explores the birth and development of the movement.
Blanket social media censorship of nudity is forcing arts organisations to think outside the box.
The disproportionate importance given to whatever a small number of people are discussing on social media is something that needs to end.