Don’t take pleasure in a competitor’s PR crisis: here’s why

Delta-Coulter-PR-CrisisTwitter feeds were buzzing across the world this month as a professional provocateur and a well-known airline did battle over…a seat.

@AnnCoulter had pre-booked a seat on her flight, paying an additional $30 for the privilege but once boarded, found that @Delta had reassigned it to someone else - upsetting someone with 1.6m Twitter followers in the process. Yes, you can guess it wasn’t plain-sailing from there onwards.

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Helping raise over £150k for Type 1 Diabetes research

It’s a great feeling when you get to give something back. For the last three years Crisp has been supporting the work of international diabetes charity, JDRF - now the world’s leading charitable funder of Type 1 Diabetes research. JDRF’s fundraising goes directly into research to cure, treat and prevent the autoimmune condition and provide information for children, adults and parents living with it, at all stages from diagnosis and beyond.

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What should you do if you find terrorist content on your social pages?

Reporting terrorist content on social mediaIn the fall-out from the horrific terrorist attack on Manchester Arena on Monday, the UK terror threat has been raised to its highest level of ‘critical’ as authorities fear that more attacks are imminent. Whilst MI5 is working round the clock to keep us safe from this, terrorist propaganda and extremist views were spreading quickly, especially on social media.

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Is unmoderated social media a good idea?

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In the early 2000s social media was seen as a way of connecting with friends, chatting with people across the globe and sharing thoughts without the constraint of putting your name to it. But almost 20 years on, this anonymity has contributed to the rise of cyberbullying, fake news, terrorist grooming, child abuse and other toxic activities.

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