In this edition: celebrities commenting on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370; web users in Pakistan seeking justice for a rape victim; and Superman gets a Go pro camera.
CELEBRITIES TALK ABOUT MISSING MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that went missing on March 8 has gripped the globe and web users the world over have been carrying out their own investigations, some more serious than others, to try and locate the Boeing 777 and the 239 people on board. A number of celebrities have also turned detective … American singer Courtney Love for example posted a series of messages to Facebook and Twitter on Monday saying she had perhaps spotted the much sought after plane. Her posts came with screen shots from crowd sourced search platform, Tomnod; she says the photos show the plane`s wreckage and oil slicks, near to the island of Pulau Perak.
And of course web users didn`t waste much time in making fun of her `discovery` … but she`s not the first well known face to put forward a theory on the mystery of the missing plane. Soon after flight MH370 disappeared without trace media tycoon Rupert Murdoch shared his understanding of the story via Twitter. He believes jihad terrorists are behind it. Countless web users beg to differ however saying there has been no evidence to prove this is the case.
And some public figures have come under fire for making light of the situation. Actor Jason Biggs for example who played the lead in the American Pie movies posted a joke to Twitter making reference to the missing Malaysian Airlines aircraft. And it got a hostile reception from social networkers…
PAKISTAN: WEB USERS DEMAND JUSTICE FOR RAPE VICTIM
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