Intended to tag offensive pictures, Facebook's "Flag Photo" option is mostly used to take down unattractive pics.
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The social network is purportedly working on a smartphone that's somehow more Facebook-integrated than our usual smartphones.
We already knew Facebook's privacy policies were shifty, but this is ridiculous.
An innocent status update becomes an ad in Facebook's new feature.
A long time ago, Facebook's most important asset was being cool. Now? Not so much.
Trying its damnedest to still matter, MySpace unveiled its new look.