Free at last: For the second time in as many months, a high profile rape case has fallen apart, leading to questions, soul searching, and joy among some. A number of outlets report that the woman decided to try to get revenge after she was annoyed at being filmed having sex with some of the Israelis. The turning of the screw: There are also disputes as to how the case turned so suddenly. But it also says the case was complicated by the fact that one of the Israelis who did have sex with her denied it at first. In any case, there is little love lost in the Israeli press for the British woman, which according to reports could find herself in jail for a year.
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Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them
Facebook sidesteps the App Store and rewards teenagers and adults to download the Research app and give it root access to network traffic in what may be a violation of Apple policy so the social network can decrypt and analyze their phone activity, a TechCrunch investigation confirms. Facebook admitted to TechCrunch it was running the Research program to gather data on usage habits. Facebook even asked users to screenshot their Amazon order history page. Seven hours after this story was published, Facebook told TechCrunch it would shut down the iOS version of its Research app in the wake of our report. You can read our full report on the development here.