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The week in social media

From the dankest, most fetid corners of social media emerged the ugly cawing of those apparently unhappy at the sympathy Kerala suffering was generating.

#HimToo?

The Harvey Weinstein scandal, which exposed the producer as a serial sex offender, even rapist, gave fresh impetus to the already decade-old #MeToo 'movement'. But the backlash against actress Asia Argento for

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