Web Desk: On internet, there is a free flow of memes which results many harmful consequences.
In order to cope with it, in September, European Parliament passed a copyright law that some consider ‘meme ban’.
The most recent in the lead is, academics have now told British lawmakers that internet memes may be contributing to the obesity crisis in UK.
‘In a letter to a British parliamentary committee, it has been claimed that online memes convey harmful health-related messages and take unhealthy eating habits very lightly.
Health related internet memes, have both positive and negative messages and many even contain inappropriate material.
To prove this point a picture featured an overweight child with a caption, ‘Free food? Count me in!’ also added.