Facebook has been accused of social engineering after insiders reveal that highly emotive reactions "angry", "wow", "love", "sad" and "haha" were purposely introduced in 2016 as an experiment aimed at stimulating user dependence on the platform.
I know I'm forever banging on about the fire at Grenfell Tower in London last year that killed 71 people, but enough is enough with the lack of action by those investigating the tragedy and by police who are yet to charge those responsible for cladding the building and others like it with flammable materials.
Link to an interesting news item on activists striving to keep the tragedy in the national conscience:
To my annoyance, I came across my Trump-themed negative-space "Beauty & the Beast" on the internet today, on some weird website I've never heard of before.
I estimate that my cartoons/illustrations have been used hundreds of times without my permission. It's neat at first, but over time it's downright fucking annoying.
I'm asking the question today: What, if anything, can cartoonists do about the misuse/theft of their work?
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.