The most read blogs from the past week, as determined by stats.
A new technology is being developed that listens to your conversations at home and offers targeted adverts…or is it?
Our most read blogs from the past week, as determined by stats.
Rumours have been circulating this week about the release of a sex tape involving Tulisa Contostavlos, but is the risk of paying damages enough of a deterrent to stop sex tapes and images being circulated?
At the beginning of last week, most of us had never heard the name Joseph Kony. Once the campaign to make him famous for his crimes went viral, nearly 80 million of us tuned into YouTube to learn about his crimes, with nearly 400 thousand of you reading Musa Okwonga’s thought-provoking blog on the issue.
The suicide of the 16-year-old Moroccan girl who was forced to marry her rapist has provoked outrage across social networking sites highlighting the choice many women are forced with after a sexual attack.
Yesterday marked World Book Day, a celebration of all things literary.
This week has seen a selection of thought-provoking blogs, with nearly 2000 comments debating drugs, global warming and facial disfigurements.
Here are the top posts from the last week, as determined by stats. Normally only ten appear, but the end two had to make it in.
Yesterday saw a backlash against high street chain Claire’s Accessories for appearing to copy designs by Tatty Devine.
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