Apple Launches iPhone Trade-In, Meth Makers Target Children with “Yaba” Candy, E-Cigarette Advertising

Apple, Inc. launches its iPhone trade-in program today. Customers can bring in old iPhones in exchange for credit towards a newer model.

Facebook’s newest version of its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities gives the social networking site the right to use profile photos in its facial recognition technology.

Methamphetamine makers in Thailand lure children with colorful “yaba” tablets, a crystal meth and caffeine mix disguised as candy, with flavors such as chocolate and strawberry.

Electronic cigarette companies look to the tobacco advertisements of the Mad Men era for inspiration, drawing complaints from antismoking advocates.

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