Zara apologises over “holocaust” pyjamas
Fashion retailer Zara has apologised and removed a line of striped pyjamas after it was flooded with criticism on social media amid claims it resembled a concentration camp uniform.
Greggs lands PR coup following image hack
British baker Greggs has responded creatively to the online hacking of its logo by offering Google free doughnuts to fix the problem quickly.
Premier League to target social media goal videos
Premier League bosses are to clamp down on football fans posting unofficial videos of goals on social media.
Apple hires former Nike and Burberry chief
Apple hires former Nike and Burberry social media chief Musa Tariq.
Altered Palestine image removed after copyright threat
A Twitter user has removed a post incorporating a fake picture of an anti-war message after being threatened with legal action by the original photographer.
Buffalo Bills group ends trademark dispute with Texas university
A group protesting against the sale of an American football team has agreed to hand over a disputed domain name and social media accounts to Texas A&M University.
Instagram launches Bolt app, ignores trademark concerns
Facebook-owned Instagram has launched a photo-messaging app called Bolt despite being urged by a company of the same name to re-brand it.
Instagram urged to change name of rumoured app
The owners of a mobile communications app named Bolt have implored Instagram to change the name of a photo-messaging app that rumours suggest is about to be launched imminently with the same name.
BuzzFeed fires editor over plagiarism
News and entertainment site BuzzFeed has sacked its political editor, Benny Johnson, for copying sentences and phrases from other sites.
Chicago Cubs roar over “violent” fake mascot
A professional US baseball team has taken legal action against a fake mascot who has allegedly resorted to violence in a bar.