1. YouTube (10,7m followers) / 2. Android (8,6m) / 3. Larry Page (8,1m) / 4. Coldplay (7,3m) / 5. Tom Anderson (6,4m) / Source: Google+
Facebook is testing an unorthodox system to combat the so-called revenge porn. It's asking wary users to send the company their nude pictures to prevent anybody else from uploading the same pictures.
The speaker of Indonesia's parliament, who is wanted for questioning in a graft scandal, has been hospitalized after a car accident. Social media users are joking that the crash is an elaborate stunt to avoid arrest.
Facebook is testing a new function across six countries. With this, media outlets' and other companies' products will be less prominently placed on its page. Will the move impede freedom of the press?
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