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Monira Matin
Monira Matin

I graduated from City University in London in 2010 with a degree in Journalism and Economics. Since then I’ve worked a whole host of jobs from looking after the elderly (which I loved!) to working in publishing and finally working in media sales (which I hated). I decided what I really wanted to do was be a journalist so I jumped at the chance when Net Communities offered me an Editorial internship. Now, I’m no techy but having four brothers and a gadget-obsessed partner keeps me up to date on most of the happenings in the tech world.

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Instagram denies plans to sell users' photos

19 Dec 2012  by Monira Matin
Instagram denies plans to sell users' photos
Kevin Systrom, co-founder of the photo-sharing app, has sought to quell fears that Instagram will flog user content to advertisers.

Orange is now the UK's most complained about broadband service

19 Dec 2012  by Monira Matin
Orange is now the UK's most complained about broadband service
A new report published by Ofcom shows that complaints about Orange's broadband service have doubled in the last three months.

Twitter reaches 200 million active monthly users

18 Dec 2012  by Monira Matin
Twitter reaches 200 million active monthly users
The social network made the announcement on its site, with figures showing that it has gained 60 million new users since March.

Samsung drops European lawsuits against rival Apple

18 Dec 2012  by Monira Matin
Samsung drops European lawsuits against rival Apple
The South Korean firm has announced that it will withdraw all injunction requests currently being sought against Apple in Europe.

Instagram says it now has right to sell users' photos

18 Dec 2012  by Monira Matin
Instagram says it now has right to sell users' photos
The photo-sharing app has announced the change in its amended privacy policy, giving users until 16 January to opt out.

Morgan Stanley fined for Facebook IPO deceit

18 Dec 2012  by Monira Matin
Morgan Stanley fined for Facebook IPO deceit
A Massachusetts securities regulator penalised the firm for "improperly influencing" analysts before the social network's floatation.