Facebook probed over privacy; Google Glass banned by UK cinemas

> The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has accused T-Mobile US of adding millions of dollars of unauthorised charges onto customers' bills, a practice known as "cramming". Article

> MTN has appointed a new CFO for its Nigerian operations: MTN Irancell executive Ferdi Moolman is to succeed Andrew Bing. Article

> Samsung Electronics revealed that 59 of its 100 Chinese suppliers either fail to provide workers with basic safety equipment or do not ensure kit is used when supplied. Article

> The UK Information Commissioners Office is probing a potential privacy breach by Facebook, which admitted manipulating users' news feeds. Report

> Mobile dating app developer Tinder is accused of sexism in a lawsuit filed by Whitney Wolfe, one the start up company's co-founders. Article

> The UK's Cinemas Exhibitors' Association called for a ban on Google's Glass device. Report

And finally...Disgraced football star Luis Suarez exited the World Cup after biting Italian player Giorgio Chiellini, and his chomping habits have now inevitably proved to be the inspiration for a new mobile app. First we had Pac-Man; now we have Suarez Soccer Bite. Article

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