Thankyou @pewdiepie You made it so competative. Indian Music label T-Series beat PewDiePie, for a brief while, to become the most subscribed YouTube channel. While both T-Series and PewDiePie have over 90 million subscribers, at one point on March 21, T-Series surged ahead by a gap of more than 30,000 subscribers to dethrone PewDiePie. PewDiePie has regained its number one spot and currently has 90,759,960 subscribers while T-Series has garnered 90,759,740 subscribers.
More than a million posts of people taking part in the challenge have appeared on the platform Weibo in the last two weeks
It was also revealed that the man had been harassing many other children like this. Children, today, have unlimited access to the internet and social media right from a young age, hence, incidents like the one in Bangalore have, unfortunately, become common place. While, it is impossible to monitor their activities all the time, and nothing is fail proof, it becomes all the more important as parents to ensure that you try and protect your children from cyber criminals.
Social media has a tendency of blowing things up and spreading rumours like wildfires. While some are harmless, other rumours, such as the frequent celebrity death hoaxes that do the rounds, tend to be quite sick and gruesome. Some people create such rumours as a joke or a prank, while others use them as a means of driving traffic to websites which are monetised by ads. Over the years, these death hoaxes have become more elaborate and believable, with photographic and video evidences attached. From Katrina Kaif and Baba Ramdev to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Amitabh Bachchan a number of people – celebrities and others in news – have had their deaths written about on social media.
PHOTOS: COURTESY OF JENA CUMBO Between all the swiping, rating, and super-liking, online dating has begun to feel like little more than another Candy Crush — something for you to do on your phone when you want to kill time. But, while the internet may not feel like a spot for finding long-term relationships, that certainly doesn’t mean it never happens. Jena Cumbo and Gina Tron’s book, We Met On The Internet, is a direct response to this misconception. Related: All The Boob Questions You Were Afraid To Ask, ANSWERED In a conversation over email, Cumbo explains that online dating is “definitely not for everyone,” but, she continues, “it’s becoming pretty ubiquitous… We are connected to the Internet so much of our days that it’s really not surprising to me that those connections spur modern love.”