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#MeToo Campaign Forces Companies to Look at Their Policies

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - The avalanche of stories after the Harvey Weinstein revelations has shown that this kind of deeply inappropriate behavior is rife across other industries and culture. It’s like a social pandemic.

Legitifi’s Corporate Giving Is A Powerful Tool For Driving Sustainability

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Indo Jax Surf Charities empowers disadvantaged, medically fragile and special needs children by exposing them to the profound healing properties of the ocean and surfing. While Thirst Project, the world's largest youth water activism organisation, builds freshwater wells in developing communities to give people access to fresh water. More than 663 million people globally do not have safe, clean water available to them.

Is America's First Tobacco-Free Generation Just Around The Corner?

(3BL Media/Justmeans) –  Globally, for the last 50 years we have known that people who smoke cigarettes are more likely to develop and die from certain diseases than people who don’t smoke. In America alone, more than 20 million people have died because of smoking since 1964. However, 2.5 million were also nonsmokers who died, because they inhaled secondhand smoke, which is air polluted by other people’s cigarette smoke.

The Royal Web 2.0 Wedding Sealed with a Kiss

The royal wedding is now the sixth biggest event in internet history...

Web 2.0: UK Government Looking for a Director of Digital

UK Government sets out to hire a ‘Twitter Tsar’ with an annual salary of £142,000...

Social Media Trends: First British Royal Wedding of the Digital Era

On 29 April 2011 when Prince William marries Kate Middleton the day will be captured, celebrated and observed by a series of social media firsts.

Social Media for Kids: Dangerous or Not?

A recent study from CNN and Parenting.com reveals that social media, texting, and online communities have become an important part of children's lives. Among popular sites that teens visit are Facebook and Twitter-- areas where children can access unlimited information and where trends such as cyberbullying have been on the rise.

Young Britons Create a New Social Media Trend While Watching TV

Young Britons have taken to a new social media trend that could have consequences for the world of advertising.

Celebrities Embrace Web 2.0 and Twitter

Celebrities have embraced social media like Twitter, making it easy for fans to establish a connection with them.

Department of Justice Grants Access to WikiLeaks Twitter Accounts

Yesterday, a federal judge in Virginia granted federal prosecutors access to the Twitter accounts of WikiLeaks principals, in addition to associated email and Twitter accounts.

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