Facebook on defense, Amazon exposes customer email addresses
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Facebook's outgoing head of communications and policy, Elliott Schrage, is taking responsibility for hiring a controversial public relations firm called Definers, that's accused of pushing stories critical of Facebook's opponents.
He acknowledged that Facebook had asked Definers to find information on George Soros.
A liberal financier and outspoken critic of Facebook.
Amazon has accidentally disclosed some of its user's email addresses and names which has since patched up the problem.
The company has informed customers who may have been impacted it said adding that the information was shared inadvertently due to a technical error and its websites and systems were not breached.
Instagram is looking to change her profile pages.
The Facebook owned company said on Wednesday that you might see features rearranged on your profile page in the coming weeks.
Icons, buttons and tabs may change.
The content on your profile [INAUDIBLE] won't.
It's apparently looking at ways you can better express yourself more easily, connect with the people you care about
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