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Month: March 2018

Horrific Dash Cam Footage Shows Moment Bridge Collapses Onto Cars Below

Last week, the unthinkable happened when a newly designed and constructed footbridge and Florida International University collapsed right into the street. Onlookers watched on in terror as the bridge carrying students and other pedestrians crumbled into the street directly on top of multiple cars that were stopped under it while waiting at a light. The story broke the nation’s heart immediately as horrific and hard-to-look-at images of mangled vehicles with victims trapped inside made the rounds on social media. The Colorado company responsible for the bridge even tweeted just days before, bragging about the integrity of the structure. Those...

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Medical Student Tragically Ends His Own Life After Being Humiliated On Social Media

Edward Senior, known by friends and family as Ted, had a bright future ahead of him. The 22-year-old was a medical student attending Swansea University in Wales. He enjoyed school, where he also played on the rugby team. His family knew great things were in store for their hardworking, caring son — but in February, all of that came crashing down when Ted’s teammates decided to play a prank that went too far. Ted and his rugby teammates would often talk to each other online on a message board they shared. Because it was private, Ted felt comfortable sharing...

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Emma Gonzlez Stands On Stage In Total Silence To Remember Parkland Shooting

Emma González’s silence spoke as loud as her words on Saturday, as the survivor of last month’s school shooting in Parkland, Florida, took a prolonged and powerful pause while addressing the crowd at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.  “Six minutes and about 20 seconds,” said the teen when she first appeared onstage. “In a little over six minutes, 17 of our friends were taken from us, 15 were injured, and everyone, absolutely everyone in the Douglas community, was forever altered.” González described the horrific day that a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. NICHOLAS KAMM via...

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UPDATE: Every Facebook User Who Clicked The New Protect My Data Button That Does Nothing But Feels Good To Press Has Had Their Data Stolen By Cambridge Analytica

On March 19, we reported about the new “Protect My Data” button Facebook added to its social media platform that does absolutely nothing, but feels good to click. We now have an upsetting update to that story: Every user who clicked on the completely ineffectual “Protect My Data” button has had their data stolen by Cambridge Analytica. This is just not a good week for Facebook. While the button designed by Facebook to give a totally false sense of security is only a few simple lines of JavaScript, Cambridge Analytica was able to access users’ cookies to see who...

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