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Iran Blocked Youth Elite Instagram
The country has blocked access to an Instagram page that was revealing the lifestyle of young elite living in Tehran, which stirred indignation and spawned a rival website on how the majority live. The account Richkidsoftehran, created last month on the most popular photo-sharing service, attracted 97,000 followers. Its creators were saying they wanted to show the world a different image of Iran from the stereotypes in the west.
Edward Snowden Expected to Speak Online
Edward Snowden, a former NSA agent, was expected to talk via videolink from Russia about various issues, including the future of privacy, surveillance technology and democratic oversight. Media reports confirmed that Snowden was planning to make his public appearance via satellite link. It has been more than one year of Snowden staying in the shadow in Moscow, after the UK and US newspapers published his revelations about mass surveillance and the national Security Agency.
30% of Children under 15 Own a Tablet
The UK watchdog pointed out that tablet computers have replaced the TV-set in the bedroom as the must-have gadget for kids. According to Ofcom, more than 30% of children aged from 5 to 15 own a personal tablet.
EC Will Probe Amazon’s Tax Arrangements in Luxembourg
The European Commission continues to investigate tax status of multinational companies in its states. Now it has widened its activities, launching a formal investigation to find out whether Amazon’s complex tax arrangements in Luxembourg are so generous as to amount to state aid for the $146bn group.
Instagram Launched Sponsored Ads in Australia
Australian users of the most popular photo-sharing app Instagram will start seeing advertisements in their photo streams. The company confirmed that pictures and videos from various brands including Ben&Jerry’s, Kraft and McDonalds will start appearing in their photo streams. All of them will look like regular posts in your feed, but will be marked as “sponsored”.
Kim Dotcom Doesn’t Want to Reveal His Fortune
The New Zealand entrepreneur is back in court in attempt to keep the details of his fortune a secret from several Hollywood movie studios. Kim Dotcom is a founder of the now defunct file-sharing website MegaUpload and is now facing extradition to the United States over alleged copyright infringement. Dotcom is now in the court of appeal, trying to overturn a high court ruling that requires him to disclose details about his worldwide financial assets.
Spotify in UK Became Profitable
The well-known streaming music service in the UK became profitable for the first time last year. This was confirmed by the company’s latest financial results. The report said that Spotify’s revenues increased almost 42% in 2013 compared to the previous year.
US Authorities May Pretend You on Facebook
American government claimed that it can take your pictures and pretend to be you on social networks in attempt to trick your friends into admitting some illegal deeds. According to the Justice Department, a federal agent legitimately impersonated a young woman on the Internet by creating a Facebook page in her name without her knowledge. This was done by stealing photos from the woman’s seized mobile phone and sticking racy pictures of her and her son and niece to a fake social media account.
Europe May Impose Sanctions against the US
The EU Justice Commissioner may suspend a commercial data-sharing agreement between the European Union and the United States if the latter fails to stop its mass surveillance. According to the statement of the Commissioner made to EU lawmakers, the so-called Safe Harbour agreement, which allows companies to transfer personal information to the US, can be suspended in case the negotiations between the EU and the US go nowhere.
British Users Can Now Copy Digital Content
Following many other counties across the world, the United Kingdom has finally allowed its citizens to make personal copies of digital content if they have legally purchased it. The conditions are that the consumers can keep the duplicates on local storage or in the cloud for their own use, but are not allowed to share the content.
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