Facebook Turns Photo Tag Suggestions Back On In The US -- Will Users Like It This Time?

Facebook Turns Photo Tag Suggestions Back On In The US -- Will Users Like It This Time?

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New With a simple post on its privacy page, Facebook yesterday announced it had re-enabled its photo Tag Suggestions feature in the US after the feature was temporarily suspended last year, supposedly to allow for some “technical improvements”. The feature means users can use the facial recognition capability of Tag Suggestions...
Facebook Turns Photo Tag Suggestions Back On In The US -- Will Users Like It This Time?
                         

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Check Off Another Check-In Company: Dijit Buys Miso

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Cruel Irony: Egypt's Morsi Announces Protester Crackdown Over Twitter

Sneak Peek: BlackBerry's Super Bowl Commercial

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BlackBerry is going to hit the Super Bowl hard on Sunday with a new advertising campaign for its new BlackBerry 10 devices. The actual commercials have yet been released, but if the BlackBerry 10 launch event in New York City earlier this week was any indication, it will be likely...
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This week at Microsoft: Windows 8 market share, a Gmail fix, and Office 365

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Social networking app grabbed personal contact data from iPhone and iPad users and allowed children under 13 to sign upThe Silicon Valley company Path has been fined $800,000, the largest amount ever against an app builder, by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC). It has also been bound over on...
Path fined $800,000 by FTC over iOS privacy breach

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Social network Path has reached an agreement with the FTC to settle charges that it violated users' privacy by improperly accessing contact data from its iOS users. During the investigation into the improper access of contact data, however, the FTC discovered that Path had allowed some children under the...
Path reaches $800,000 settlement with FTC over iOS privacy issue
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