Developers are being warned not to employ Twitter data to develop apps that allow law enforcement agencies to spy on activists, protestors or other users because it is "absolutely unacceptable and prohibited."
Students from middle school to high school might be social media savvy nowadays, but they're easily fooled by biased sources, ads that resemble news articles and even bogus social media pages.
E-commerce giant Amazon launched its online ticketing business just last year, but it already has plans to expand it in Europe, Asia and potentially the U.S, according to a series of job listings posted recently.
Photo and video app Instagram is adding some familiar features: live video broadcasting directly from your phone, along with Snapchat-style disappearing private messages.
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