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Snapchat removes a filter within a day of its release following a big backlash and accusations of racism.
The filter, which has since been removed, overlaid exaggerated Asian facial features, prompting cries of racism.
The company says the filter was supposed to be playful and inspired by anime. But it looked just plain racist to a lot of people.
Federal officials seek to stop nursing home employees from posting degrading photos and videos of the elderly.
The multi-year deal with the social network will give users content from TV shows such as "The Voice," "E! News" and "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon."
The Facebook app now opens with a front-facing live camera screen rather than the usual option to post a written message.
The new addition comes hours after Instagram launched the Snapchat-esque "Stories" feature.
The football league will also make custom geofilters for all 32 NFL teams.
Instagram hopes new stories feature will foster more impromptu sharing of photos and video and keep users from ditching it for Snapchat.
Technically Incorrect: First, the Golden State Warriors star claims he was hacked. Then he comes clean.
Sales in the third quarter won't come close to Wall Street's estimates as advertisers increasingly favor rival social networks.
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