How not to drive in Moscow: Russian driver facing jail after police track him down from his dashcam videos

ow not to drive in Moscow: Russian driver facing jail after police track him down from his dashcam videos By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 09:49 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:01 GMT, 11 February 2013 A reckless Russian driver has been caught red-handed after he posted videos online of his antics. The self-styled Black Devil cruised around Moscow in a black Porsche Cayenne and uploaded videos of his hair-raising exploits on YouTube.

Instagram reverses course on terms of service: Company announces U-turn after celebrity-led user backlash

Instagram announces U-turn after celebrity-led user backlash against user's picture rightsControversial sections of new policy reverted to their original form after massive backlash among users Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom apologises for failure to 'communicate our intentions clearly'Kim Kardashian among the string of high-profile users who had publicly spoken out against the new terms | UPDATED: 18:10 GMT, 21 December 2012 Instagram has abandoned wording in its new terms-of-service agreement that sparked outcry from users who feared it meant their photos could appear in advertisements. In a blog post published late last night, the popular mobile photo-sharing service says it has changed back the advertising section of its terms of service to the original wording. There was outrage this week after the app published new terms on Monday which appeared to give it rights over all its users' photos and data to promote 'sponsored content'

Facebook to sell your photos: Social media giant claims it owns the rights to ALL your Instagram pictures

Facebook to sell your photos: Social media giant claims it owns the rights to ALL your Instagram pictures Instagram's new terms of service and privacy policy bring it into line with those of parent company FacebookComes after standoff between Instagram and Twitter over photo apps Company claims the right to use any uploaded photos or user data to promote its partners' productsIt adds that it may not always identify when these recommendations are merely adverts or genuine user actions | UPDATED: 01:50 GMT, 19 December 2012 A popular photo-sharing website owned by Facebook has told users it now owns the rights to their pictures. Instagram will not give any warning or payment before cashing in on the images posted on its site. It means pictures by children as young as 13 could be sold to advertisers.

Teenagers riot over Instagram sex rumours: Swedish students go berserk at police outside Plusgymnasiet high school in Gothenburg after hundreds of…

Teenagers riot over Instagram sex rumours: Swedish students ‘go berserk’ at police after hundreds of ‘slut’ photos posted online 17-year-old female student allegedly behind 'slut' Instagram postings Hundreds of students protest outside her school and later in shopping mall | UPDATED: 20:00 GMT, 18 December 2012 Riots broke out at a high school in Sweden today after a female student allegedly named and posted pictures of local 13 and 14-year-old girls, calling them 'sluts'. Running battles were fought with police as students gathered outside Plusgymnasiet high school in Gothenburg where the accused student is believed to study.