Sure! You’ll need to be signed in with a Google account, but you don’t need to be signed in to see Screenshots of video in the Photos library. You don’t even need to be signed in to see photos in the Photos library unless you’re creating an album from Photos.
Can I Edit Albums?
Yes, you can edit albums in the Photos Library. You can also edit photos in multiple albums in the Photos Library, you can make albums visible in the gallery, and you can create albums in the Libraries library as well.
Is it worth it to use Google Photos?
Yes. It’s a fantastic app, but it does have some limitations. On the downside, you cannot edit photos (except on a project-by-project basis), and you can’t create albums on the fly, so it’s not really a full-featured photo-management program. But if you like this app, and you already own or use a few smartphones, it’s worth checking out.
If you have any questions about using this program or the Google Photos app, visit our Google Apps support site.
The U.S. government is suing the Chinese government to take the country to court in an attempt to force Beijing to stop illegally seizing American property. The case comes after hundreds of American property owners lost homes in China after they could not get compensation from the Chinese government. (Published Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016)
China has launched an investigation into the U.S. military and intelligence communities, accusing them of stealing sensitive classified information.
“There is a clear policy of Chinese intelligence agencies not to share such information,” the Chinese Ministry of National Defense said in a statement released Wednesday.
It asked the U.S. to share all “sensitive information” relating to it intelligence agencies with China.
The move came after nearly 200 Chinese investors lost their homes in Shanghai and other parts of China after they were unable to get compensation from the Chinese government. Those investors, who had purchased homes at higher prices than their actual value, were then sold by the Chinese government.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, claiming Chinese government officials had interfered with the sale of their homes, saying that the Chinese government did not notify them of the sale, let them know when it occurred and that the sale did not qualify for compensation under the U.S.-China agreement on property seizures.
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