Facebook "cashing in on mums-to-be by selling information about due dates and babies" genders

Facebook 'cashing in on mums-to-be by selling information about due dates and babies' gendersUsers who announce happy news are deluged with baby product adverts Originally Facebook said it would not target mothers-to-beBut the Daily Mail has learned this policy has secretly been changed | UPDATED: 00:46 GMT, 21 December 2012 Happy news: But women letting people know about their pregnancy on Facebook may open them up to targeted advertising Facebook is cashing in on pregnant women by selling access to private information about their due dates and the gender of their unborn babies to advertisers.

Rare Queen Anne Vigo coin found by widow sold for 300,000 at Tunbridge Wells auction

Widow clearing out late husband's chest of drawers found 300,000 18th century gold coin made from captured Spanish treasure Coin is one of just 20 Queen Anne 'Vigo' five guinea pieces made in 1703 Pensioner didn't know husband had it and says he had no interest in coins | UPDATED: 19:13 GMT, 6 December 2012 A widow who found an old coin as she cleared out her late husband’s chest of drawers today sold it for nearly 300,000 at auction. The unidentified woman had no idea her husband had the valuable treasure stashed away among his clothes.

Iron Age helmet used to hold human remains following a cremation among rare finds unearthed by Britain"s amateur treasure hunters

Iron Age helmet among rare finds unearthed by Britain's amateur treasure hunters (and doesn't it look modern) Recent finds announced by experts from the British Museum in London Iron Age helmet unearthed by metal-detectorist near Canterbury, KentA boar mount also found that could have belonged to Richard IIIViking hoard among the other treasures unearthed over the past year | UPDATED: 09:28 GMT, 4 December 2012 An 'extremely rare' Iron Age helmet that was later used as a vessel to hold human remains following a cremation has been discovered. The British Museum revealed the helmet, that resembles those worn by German troops in the Second World War, was unearthed by a metal-detectorist near Canterbury, Kent, last month