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My face got stolen again, along with my name this time, on a YouTube channel dedicated to HTML and "crunking up".
In a surprise twist, there's one final addendum to the story of how my face was stolen for a Facebook ad and then returned.
My headshot got stolen and used for a Facebook ad. I complained and got a response — but it wasn't the one I was expecting.
I found a Facebook app that was using my photo to promote its product, and tried to report it. Hilarity ensued.
Pirates, robots and wearable tech: all of 2013 distilled down to Nic's picks for the five finest technologies, moments and events.
Facebook has a long list of clear guidelines on what it deems is appropriate advertising, so why are there so many ads breaching them?