The file sharing website was launched by entrepreneur Jawed Karim on April 23, 2005 with a 19-second video about elephants.
The four leaked episodes of Game Of Thrones have been downloaded by 18 million IP addresses.
Wikipedia is investigating ban of Contribsx account, allegedly run illegitimately by Conservative party co-chairman Grant Shapps.
The book value of Nokia's HERE maps business unit stands at €2bn.
Wikipedia editors used IP address and 'behavioural evidence' to shut down Contribsx, allegedly run by the Conservative chairman.
Assange is currently in the Ecuador Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden.
Students set up a bot with $100 bitcoins that bought illegal items at random from the dark web.
Google's latest change to which sites top its search results reflects the increasing popularity of smartphones.
Employees have allegedly downloaded content illegally, in the form of an ebook on online piracy
Windows XP users on Chrome will also get regular updates and security patches from Google.
This is why we can't vote online in the general election, and how the bitcoin blockchain could provide a solution
Lack of secure HTTPS on Match.com login page leaves 20 million user passwords open to man-in-the-middle attack.
Judge rejects claim that IP address is sufficient to prove an individual is guilty of copyright infringement
The first episodes were shared on peer-to-peer file-sharing websites.
CloudFlare CEO says blocking its service to pro-Isis sites would be submitting to "mob rule".