Instagram on Tuesday said it will start testing features that let smartphone or tablet users easily buy items they find on the popular photo and video sharing service.
The test slated to begin next.. DNA
The man convicted of killing Victoria Stafford is asking for a new trial; the deadline approaches for the EU to break the deadlock over a landmark free trade deal with Canada; New Brunswick's Court of.. CTV News
The woman who became known around the world as “napalm girl” after appearing in one of the most iconic photos of the Vietnam War, is speaking out after Facebook temporarily banned the image earlier.. CTV News
Facebook rightly came under fire for censoring the iconic, Pulitzer-winning "napalm girl" photo THe Terror of War not that long ago. Now, the social network is altering its course as a direct result... engadget Also reported by •TUAW
A few weeks ago Facebook faced widespread backlash over its decision to ban a historic Vietnam war photo often referred to as “Napalm girl.” The company apologized, and now it’s changing its.. The Next Web
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has expressed regret over her company’s oversight in regards to its removal of an iconic Vietnam War photo. She made the statement in a letter addressed to Norway's Prime.. Digital Trends
Facebook's chief operating officer has apologized to Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg for deleting a photograph from its pages and conceded that “we don't always get it right.” canoe.ca Also reported by •Newsmax •SeattlePI.com
The chief operating officer of Facebook has apologized to Norway’s prime minister for deleting an iconic photograph of a naked girl running from a napalm attack during the Vietnam War.
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