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Wake Up Wednesday: Free Speech vs. Hate Speech

Everyone has the right of ‘freedom of expression.’ That is the right to voice your opinions and share information and ideas with others. It is not the right to say whatever you want. We all have a responsibility to use freedom of expression properly: not Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: OnlyFans

OnlyFans is an online platform, created in the UK. It is free to join either as a user or creator, but creators monetise their content by charging subscription fees for users to view it. This content can take the form of photos, videos, live streams Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: Valorant

Valorant is one of the hottest first-person shooters on the market. Developed by Riot Games (makers of the hugely popular League of Legends) its gameplay is similar to titles like Overwatch and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Players choose a character and face off in teams of Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: Online Fair Play

Alongside individual skill, impressive teamwork and some truly epic matches, one of the most enjoyable things about this summer’s European football championships has been the sense of sportsmanship and fair play. Players have competed fiercely, but they’ve (mostly) remembered that they’re representing their country – Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: TikTok

TikTok is a video-sharing social media app available on iOS and Android which lets users create, share, and view user created videos in a similar manner to Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Its main draw, however, is that users can record and upload bite-sized looping videos Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: Sports Betting

Sports betting involves staking money on the predicted outcome of sports results. Online sports gambling is much faster and easier than using a traditional bookmaker and provides more markets to wager on – including in-play betting, enabling bets to be placed on an event after Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: Android Parental Controls

The privacy settings on your child’s smartphone give you control over how the information stored on it can be used. You can turn off location services, for example, to keep their whereabouts private or stop apps from accessing functions of the phone like the camera Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: iPhone Parental Controls

The privacy settings on your child’s smartphone give you control over how the information stored on it can be used. You can turn off location services, for example, to keep their whereabouts private or stop apps from accessing functions of the phone like the camera Continue reading …

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Wake Up Wednesday: FIFA 21

You don’t need to be a football fan to have heard of the FIFA series of games (named after the Federation Internationale de Football Association: the worldwide governing body for the sport). Part of the franchise’s massive appeal is that offi­cial licensing gives users the Continue reading …

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