The Twitter-owned short-video service has banned "explicit sexual content" in an update to its rules, but it permits non-sexual nudity like breastfeeding.
Facebook and those mothers who wish to post breastfeeding pictures have had a long battle. In the case of one activist, she actually gets an apology for having breastfeeding pictures removed.
If performance artist Jill Miller has her way, moms will simply have to summon The Milk Truck using their smartphones for a private spot to nurse when out and about.
Your Android KitKat refuses to accept some words exist -- at least in polite company. Indeed, there are 1,400 unacceptable words. Including "lactation."
Like all of the social network's updates, the new feature is being rolled out gradually.
Social network will reportedly be helping Iran in its fight against pornography and prostitution.
Which would you rather give up for a week, your toothbrush or your iPhone? We welcome CNETer Kenley Bradstreet back on the show today to help us answer this hypothetical question, and more.
Wireless devices and household appliances may impact fetal development, changing endocrine and metabolic systems, according to a large study by Kaiser Permanente.
Film critic Roger Ebert says his latest blog post about his prosthetic jaw has been marked by Facebook as "abusive content." The company is reportedly investigating.
The social networking site says any breast-feeding images that show a little areola will be removed. Naturally, a protest movement has ensued. On Facebook.