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Spy cameras hidden in hotel rooms in South Korea live-streamed footage to the web, police say.
The woman, whose children performed on the Fantastic Adventures channel, denies charges of child abuse.
One woman who has overcome anorexia says Instagram didn't cause her eating disorder, but it made it worse.
Artificial intelligence used in the justice and financial systems is to be investigated.
The new earphones also have longer battery life and a chip that can better maintain a wireless connection.
The social media giant bans targeting ads for jobs, accommodation or credit on the basis of gender, age or postcode.
Rival companies' price comparison results will be displayed more prominently thanks to the changes.
Advertising body criticises a Black Friday promotion for iPhones, following complaints from the public.
Ministers call for payments companies to block essay writing firms, in a bid to beat university cheats.
The push for cleaner air will mean more electric vehicles that are driverless and shared, according to experts.
Developers hope driverless technology could be used in public transport within five years.
The new digital platform will stream games over the internet at console-like quality, the company said.
US financial regulator has called for sanctions after Mr Musk tweeted without seeking Tesla's approval.
The trackers, used to monitor user behaviour online, were found on thousands of official web pages.
A Republican congressman said the platform didn't crack down on "defamatory" tweets.
The group could not prove that everybody who received its promotional message had consented.
Executives promise to examine a Snapchat feature which has been criticised as potentially addictive.
Facebook says 4,000 people viewed the original attack video and fewer than 200 watched it live.
The firm had more orders per week, but their average size was slightly lower.
The Norwegian firm, which employs 35,000 people worldwide, has switched to manual controls at some plants.