Life of social media can be quite challenging.
One doesn’t choose what appears on their timelines, nonetheless, the big tech firms have algorithms that determine what appears on ones timeline because of data collected illegally using someone’s preferences through likes on posts or where one, while scrolling, hesitates too much looking at a post.
This is a simple explanation on why some posts keep n appearing on your timeline, be it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.
Now, Pope Francis, the Catholic Holy Father recently found himself in this situation where a photo of a skimpily dressed lady showing a lot of fleshy ass came up on his Instagram feed.
‘tick’, he liked.
Quick observers took a screenshot and it will forever remain that the pope liked a ‘porn’ pic. Internet never forgets.
franciscus: Pope Francis official and verified Instagram accountThough, it is quite okay to assume that the Pope’s account is managed by an admin.
This is not the first time that such a thing has happened to a leader’s/celebrity/popular person account.
In Kenya, the person managing the account of former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga retweeted porn.
Oops!, here are other 5 instances examples of such a mishap.
It is also right to assume that some of these men and women are guilty of watching porn. Some just forgot to switch accounts, some got in too deep and like, or retweeted.
Porn is free over the internet, because it ause damage to users.
Tales of Senator Kipchumba Murkomen
After he became a Senator, sometimes in Jan 2014, Murkomen retweeted and favorited porn on Twitter. The senator from Elgeyo Marakwet must have been bored and indulged the eyes in the sins of the world. At one point he was t loggerheads with the editor of this site due this.
In April 2016, an ODM county vice chairman from Elgeyo Marakwet (WTF with Elgeyo Marakwet COunty?) accidentally sent a porn video to a WhatsApp group meant for funeral fund raising purposes. Micah Kigen, the offending politician, experienced the wrath of the members of the chat group who forced him to apologise to the deceased’s family as he had hurt them with his shameful act.
In 2012, three Indian parliamentarians were caught sharing porn during a parliamentary session. News channels broadcast footage showing Karnataka state Minister for Cooperation Laxman Savadi sharing a porn clip with his colleague CC Patil, the minister for women and child development, while sitting in the state assembly.
The phone was Krishna Palemar’s, the state Minister for Ports, Science and Technology.
Coming from a conservative party, the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), they quit after this.
United Kingdom (UK)
In the United, Kingdom, around 160 requests a day were made in late 2017 to access pornography websites from computers within the Houses of Parliament, Britain’s Press Association (PA) reported.
A total of 24 473 attempts were made in June, the same year, from devices connected to the parliamentary network, according to data obtained by a PA Freedom of Information (FOI) request.
The parliamentary internet network is used by MPs, Lords in the upper house and their staff.
Authorities claimed most attempts are not deliberate and point to a decrease in recent years.
Parliament blocked 113 208 attempts in 2016, down from 213 020 the previous year.
“All pornographic websites are blocked by parliament’s computer network,” a parliamentary spokesperson told PA.
In July, 2016, a Ukrainian member of parliament was caught watching porn during one of the latest sessions of parliament.
The unrepentant politician,, a former playboy, who represented the city of Kiev, admitted his bizarre actions, but added “at least I wasn’t playing Pokemon Go”.
He made an official statement on social media about the incident saying that he got tired of the “circus that was going on in the hall” and simply followed one of the suggested links while browsing on his phone.
He said: “I admit that the location for watching this type of content was inappropriate.”
Three years ago, an Egyptian member of parliament sent a porn video to the WhatsApp Group consisting of 256 other MPs.
The unnamed MP apologised over the incident.