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Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s camera push; Celebrity post crackdown; Apple offers bug bounties; Google gains in India

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August 8, 2016

29403Facebook focuses on Snapchat-like camera
When people in Canada and Brazil tap on the Facebook app on Friday during the Olympics’ opening ceremony, a camera will appear on top of the News Feed, making it easy to snap photos and videos and add Olympics-themed filters, frames and masks.
Read more on USA Today

FTC to crack down on paid celebrity posts that aren’t clear ads
Snapchat star DJ Khaled raves about Ciroc vodka. Fashion lifestyle blogger Cara Loren Van Brocklin posts a selfie with PCA Skin sunscreen.
Read more on Bloomberg

Apple’s finally offering bug bounties – with the highest rewards ever
Finally, Apple is starting a bug bounty program.
Read more on Wired

Google outpaces Facebook on getting India connected to Internet
When it comes to connecting India’s population to the internet, Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai is having better luck than his Facebook Inc. counterpart, Mark Zuckerberg.
Read more on Bloomberg

 

 

 

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