Facebook removes photo of historic statue for violating nudity guidelines

Facebook is courting controversy once again following its removal of a photo of an iconic Italian statue of Neptune. The company claims it violates its nudity policy, but the user who uploaded it is not taking the matter lying down.

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D-EYE eye-scanning iPhone accessory lets medical professionals screen for, diagnose disorders

D-EYE, an Italian company working to deploy affordable medical systems for mass health screenings, on Wednesday announced its eponymous iPhone-based retinal imaging accessory is now shipping.



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Apple, Google & Amazon settle with Italian government over 'misleading' free apps with in-app purchases

Apple, along with Google and Amazon, will avoid fines from the Italian government after agreeing to revise policies regarding so-called “freemium” mobile games and applications.



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