Two men have been jailed for setting up pro-riot Facebook pages in the UK, and Google’s Photovine is finally open for business while the company has inadvertently launched a ‘profanity API’. It’s all in this week’s Daily Dose.
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UK man gets 4-year jail sentence for setting up Facebook riot page: Read more
Google’s photo sharing app Photovine is now open to all: Read more
TNW Review: Google’s Photovine inspires Creativity through Fun: Read more
Google inadvertently creates a ‘Profanity API’: Read more
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