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  • Facebook expands fact-check to photos, videos

    SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook said on Thursday it would launch fact-checking of photos and videos as it expands the effort to curb misinformation to more countries...

    The social network said it will use machine learning and other technical tools for its effort to clamp down on manipulated images and videos...

  • Facebook removes profile frame targeting Ahmadiyya community

    Facebook said on Wednesday it has removed a profile frame targeting Pakistan's Ahmadi community as the media giant continues to grapple with the proliferation of hate speech on the social network...

    Profile frames are filters Facebook users can add to their pictures that often promote a cause, celebrate a holiday, or commemorate an event or tragedy...

  • American woman marries Facebook love in Daska

    SIALKOT: The 32-year-old Pakistani-American bride flew from the US to marry a Daska-based 35-year-old man she found on Facebook...

    She says she is happy to be with her love of life even though she lacks the American lifestyle in the village...

  • Saudi Arabia bans selfies, photos and videos at Islam's holiest sites

    The Saudi Arabian government has banned pilgrims from taking photos and videos using any devices for any purpose at Makkah's Grand Mosque and Masjid-i-Nabvi (Peace be upon him) in Madinah...

    In recent years, many pilgrims to both holy sites have posted pictures on Instagram and Facebook, ranging from posing in front of the Holy Kaaba, to taking selfies on the upper floor of the Grand Mosque to standing under the umbrella-like canopies...

  • Sharing objectionable photos: Court rejects pre-arrest bail of female model

    PESHAWAR: The Federal Investigation Agency arrested a female model after a local court rejected her pre-arrest bail on Monday in a case of sharing objectionable pictures of another female on social media and through cellular phone...

    The suspect, Ms Neelum Ismail alias Baibu, who is also presenter with a local Pashto television channel, was charged under the Electronic Transaction Ordinance, 2002
  • Photos of child’s body washed ashore shock world as refugee crisis grows

    BRUSSELS: Harrowing pictures of a drowned Syrian toddler washed up on a Turkish beach brought home the horror of the escalating refugee crisis on Thursday as Europe was accused of letting the Mediterranean become a “cemetery” for migrants...

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will next week unveil a plan for the relocation of at least 120,000 more refugees to ease the burden on frontline Greece, Italy and Hungary, a...

  • Upload photos

    After successfully logging into your iCloud account, click on “Photos” as highlighted by the arrow below:When you click on ‘Photos’, your library will open in front of you...

    Click on ‘Upload” in the right hand corner of the ‘Photos’ window as indicated by the arrow in the screenshot below:After clicking on ‘Upload’, you will be given a choice to select the folder or individual photographs for uploading as shown below...

  • German far right angry at soccer team’s photos on candy bars

    Photos of Germany’s national soccer team on a popular chocolate bar have prompted online outrage among Germany’s far right because they include childhood pictures of some players of migrant origin...

    Chocolatier Ferrero swapped the usual blond boy on its ‘Kinder’ bars ahead of this summer’s European Championships for photos of the German soccer players as children...

  • Hide your photos

    In the modern day era of technology, our iPhones and iPads serve as companions of the digital memories they house in the form of photos and videos we take with them...

    In case someone wants to view your photo library on your iOS device, and you want to hide some photos that you deem are sensitive, voila you are in luck! The simple steps as how to hide the photos are highlighted below:Open the stock photos app on your iPhone:Click on...

  • Saudi women electioneers can't publish photos, address voters

    JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia allowed women to contest elections but the candidates participating in December 12 polls won't be able to address prospective voters directly, meet any male voters in public and even publish their photos, Arab News reported...

    The Saudi election commission has warned all 366 registered candidates for upcoming municipal elections in the Kingdom that they must not publish their photographs or address their voters...

  • Playboy to stop publishing nude photos

    “You’re now one click away from every sex act imaginable for free...

    It’s a remarkable move for a magazine launched in 1953 with a sultry Marilyn Monroe on its cover, breaking the taboo of showing women au naturel...

  • Edit photos

    All these high end smartphones whether using iOS or Android are more than capable shooters for casual as well as professional photographers...

    The popularity of smartphone cameras can be gauged from the fact that the most uploaded photographs on the photo sharing platform, Flickr, come from the iPhone! In order to edit our photos, there are editing apps available for both iOS and Android to get the job done, which are listed...

  • To publish or not to publish? Media divided over photos of attackers

    PARIS: Does publishing the photographs of those responsible for terror attacks help glorify them and play into the hands of groups like the militant Islamic State group? The debate over what former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher once called “the oxygen of publicity” took a new turn on Wednesday when several major French media outlets decided they would no longer use pictures of those who commit attacks...

    The rethink was set...

  • Maryam Nawaz posts photos of revamped govt schools in capital

    'First daughter' Maryam Nawaz was busy tweeting photos of an upgraded government school located in the 'rural suburbs' of the federal capital as part of the Prime Minister's education reforms programme Thursday night...

    "That's called real educational change," one Twitter user commented under close-up photos of the bulletin boards...

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