Sexual harassment and misconduct claims against U.K. lawyers have increased 58% since November, in a sign people may be feeling more emboldened to call-out inappropriate behavior in the wake of the #MeToo movement
Smith claims that the staff member asked for the black passenger to prove he had a first class ticket, before moving on to serve the rest of the customers
"We do not condone behaviour that would be offensive or hurtful to any student, employee or member of our school community"
The incident has shed light on the importance of data security
A video posted on Twitter shows the two black men being led away by officers, while their white friend repeatedly asks why they’ve been arrested
A boss has been forced to apologize after labelling a bride-to-be a 'cow'
The company has since apologised for the slightly trivialised recruitment strategy
The incident left the athlete 'beyond devastated'
In today's digital age, we're accustomed to being 'switched on' all the time
In today’s tech-savvy age, Facebook and Twitter rule supreme