Twitter apologizes for 'bisexual' technical glitch

Twitter on Tuesday apologized for barring the word “bisexual” from its search results and reportedly said the word was incorrectly included in an “out of date” list of terms that appear alongside adult content.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/11/08/twitter-apologizes-for-bisexual-technical-glitch.html

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WeChat apologizes after turning 'black foreigner' into racial slur

Popular Chinese messaging app WeChat has apologized after a software glitch used the N-word in a translation for “black foreigner.”

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Zuckerberg blasted for VR tour of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has apologized for what many perceived as a tone-deaf move, demonstrating virtual reality (VR) features on Facebook while virtually visiting the devastated island of Puerto Rico.

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Uber CEO apologizes for outburst at driver

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick apologized Tuesday after a video surfaced of him yelling at an Uber driver during a heated conversation about the company’s UberBlack service.

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologizes for Neo-Nazi ad, blames automated system

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has publicly apologized for a Neo-Nazi advert that made it on to the platform earlier in the week. Despite initially denying the validity of the promo, Twitter has now accepted responsibility.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/11/18/twitter-ceo-jack-dorsey-apologizes-for-neo-nazi-ad-blames-automated-system.html

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Facebook apologizes for video viewing-time error

Facebook apologized on Friday for what it described as a “miscalculation” in the way it reported how long, on average, videos on the site were viewed.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/09/23/facebook-apologizes-for-video-viewing-time-error.html

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Facebook sorry it banned 'undesirable' plus-size photo

Facebook has apologized for telling a feminist group promoting a body positivity event that their photo of a plus-size model in a bikini showed “body parts in an undesirable manner”—and suggesting they use an image of someone “running or riding a bike.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/05/24/facebook-sorry-it-banned-undesirable-plus-size-photo.html

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Facebook Safety Check glitch sent out misdirected notifications following Pakistan blast

Facebook has apologized for a glitch in its Safety Check service that sent out misdirected notifications after the Easter Sunday bombing that killed 70 people in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Legere Steps Back After Hurling F-Word at EFF


John Legere, T-Mobile’s loquacious CEO, has apologized to the Electronic Frontier Foundation for what he described as a “color commentary” that drew sharp criticism. “I am a vocal, animated and sometimes foul mouthed CEO,” Legere wrote in a Monday blog post. “I don’t filter myself and you know that no one at T-Mobile filters me either.” While unapologetic for his demeanor, Legere did offer a mea culpa for “offending EFF and its supporters,” noting that EFF is an organization that fights for consumers.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82962.html?rss=1

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Apple denies Kim Kardashian emoji app 'broke' iOS App Store

Article Image On Monday, pop culture icon Kim Kardashian publicly apologized for breaking the iOS App Store by launching her “Kimoji” emoji app to a crush of customers that supposedly proved too great a load to bear for Apple’s servers. A day later, Apple confirmed Kardashian was mistaken.

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Apple apologizes to developers for Mac App Store certificate flap, explains fix

Article Image Apple in a note to developers on Tuesday apologized for last week’s Mac App Store app signing issue that rendered certain applications inoperable, explaining server-side fixes and offering app makers instructions on how to patch affected software.

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Sorkin apologizes for remarks about Apple's Tim Cook, says both parties went too far

Article Image The screenwriter behind Universal’s Steve Jobs biopic, Aaron Sorkin, apologized on Saturday for his response to remarks by Apple CEO Tim Cook, who last week said that filmmakers were being “opportunistic” making movies about the Apple co-founder.

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Fox Business News apologizes after commentator calls Apple CEO Tim Cook a 'bigot'

On Friday, Fox Business Network apologized for a remark made by a commentator earlier in the week in which a regular guest called Apple CEO Tim Cook a “bigot” for his stance on religious freedom laws in Indiana and Arkansas.



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U2 frontman Bono apologizes for foisting 'Songs of Innocence' on unsuspecting iTunes users

During a Facebook interview posted to the Web on Tuesday, U2’s Bono apologized for Apple’s handling of the “Songs of Innocence” LP giveaway, which caused automatic downloads for many users after the company linked the album to all iTunes accounts.



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