Zac Efron, Playboy Teachers, and Penguin With Sweaters: In Other News

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'In Other News' is Bustle's daily roundup of the stories, videos, and more media you might have missed.

Guardian whistle-blowing journalist Glenn Greenwald has announced he's leaving his job for a brand-new "media opportunity." No word on what it actually is; it's all a bit cloak-and-dagger...

If you're a teenager and you joined Facebook before now, your automatic sharing settings would be "Public." Now, it's "Friends only," in Facebook's bid to increase the privacy for those considered more vulnerable.

Why can Zac Efron get away with so much that Miley Cyrus just can't?

Hey, guess what dominates (bad pun intended) the self-published e-book market? Um, rape fantasy stories

A high-school teacher who posed for Playboy back in 2011 has been fired after school authorities came across the old shoot. (Ew.) Now, students are campaigning to bring their teacher back.

Apple has cut down on supplies of their iPhone 5C, which haven't been selling well. Maybe because Apple's latest "high-end" iPhone costs exactly the same, as long as you get one with a small amount of memory...

Good God. Japan has begun making wine for cats.

Here's a global campaign to knit sweaters for penguins affected by an oil spill.

Finally, here's a wonderful photo essay that a father made from the point of view of his autistic son.


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