Added by Paul 11 March 2010 17:40
Hate is a strong word but appropriate when used in a sentence describing the Daily Mail. It's an unspeakably bad, bad newspaper.
Anyway, the nasty small-minded xenophobic, neophobic, miserable, moribund publication is in a spot of bother after some unnecessary unpleasantness to do with Facebook...
"Facebook has threatened to sue the Daily Mail for damages after the paper wrongly claimed in a piece published on Wednesday that 14-year-old girls who create a profile on the social networking site could be approached 'within seconds' by older men who 'wanted to perform a sex act' in front of them.
The paper apologised in print today and online yesterday for the error, which the author of the piece, Mark Williams-Thomas, insisted had been introduced by editors at the paper despite being told it was wrong."
Probably best stay away from the internet in future. It's not really they're strong point anyway. Better to stick to thinly-veiled racism in articles about asylum seekers, or thinly-veiled sexist ones about working mothers. Or how we're all going to be stabbed by teenagers or mauled by dangerous dogs. Or how the country has gone to the dogs.
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