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Hold the Phone!

Things to grab when leaving the house: keys, money, phone. We never leave without having our phone is our pockets! They have everything we could need, including being able to watch our favourite movies and tv shows. 137 more words

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T-Swizzle's Newest Album Intensifies a Streaming Debate

Taylor Swift – lets face it we are all fans – has released her newest album ‘1989’ and in the first week sold 1.287 million copies in the United States. 149 more words

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Advertising: The Monster That Swallowed the Web

With the advances of technology we can access practically everything from the palm of our hands. The web is becoming less and less used (the internet is not the same as the web) and we are opting for our fast-loading, advertisement-less, pretty apps on our phones, correct? 214 more words

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How Terrorists Are Using Social Media

This article is addressing the recent Islamic state terrorists who have been taking to social media to share their opinions and views. This article in particular is about Mounir Raad who is a coveted terrorist associated with Ahmed and Ezzit Raad. 288 more words

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The Dangers of Advertising

This article is addressing an issue about a particular advertisement which was voted upon by the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. The advertisement features a young girl whose mouth is being covered by an older man’s dirty hands with the words, “Don’t let the coal lobby get their hands on our future” written alongside. 216 more words

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Media Issue: Going Mobile in Bhutan

Isolated land-locked Himalayan nation of Bhutan making a slow start to modern ways of communication, but now making it up in a impressive way. Sydney University’s Bunty Avieson has been watching Bhutan’s invasion into the world of mobile media, read more.

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Is citizen journalism the way of the future?

A recent debate held by Index on Censorship Magazine at London’s Frontline Club asked the question of whether or not the future of journalism will lead to a more or less informed global public. 315 more words

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