Why We Shouldn't Mourn Gawker, But Use It To Make The Internet A Safer Tomorrow

Jenny Afia | Posted 26.08.2017 | UK Tech
Jenny Afia

The internet, like any publishing format, shouldn't be the Wild West of unsubstantiated gossip, with limited recourse from injured parties, especially when the people running sites like Gawker are making money.

Coke Pulls #MakeItHappy Campaign After 'Mein Kampf' Gaffe

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 05.02.2015 | UK Tech

Coca-Cola has been forced to pull a massive social media campaign after it was inadvertently forced to send out passages from Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein...

Working At Amazon Sounds Like An Absolute Nightmare

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 07.05.2014 | UK Tech

Amazon may be the world's largest online retailer, keen to recruit the cream of the planet's talent. But by several accounts recently posted online, a...

How A Facebook Bug Shut Down Most Of The Internet

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 08.02.2013 | UK Tech

A Facebook bug shut down large swathes of the Internet on Thursday evening and early Friday morning. A problem with the mechanics of Facebook's 'Li...

Christians 'Sentenced To Death' In Egypt For Anti-Muslim Film

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 28.11.2012 | UK

A court in Egypt has reportedly sentenced to death seven Christians for taking part in an anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims, which caused internati...

Reddit CEO Yishan Wong Defends Site's 'Free Speech' After Notorious 'Creep' Outed By Gawker

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 17.10.2012 | UK Tech

The CEO of the online community Reddit has defended its members' rights to free speech after the identity of one its most controversial members was re...

Who Is Master George?

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 13.09.2012 | UK

The director of an anti-Islam film that reportedly sparked deadly protests in Libya and Egypt is said to have duped actors into believing they were ma...

Controversial Dating Website For 'Sugar Daddies' Hits UK, Claims MP as Member

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 20.07.2012 | UK Tech

A dating website to help so-called "sugar daddies" to find "babies" to pamper - in return for the benefits of a young, easily placated lover - has lau...