A 19-year-old computer hacker from the UK has avoided a jail sentence after admitting to launching a series of cyberattacks on high-profile firms including BT, O2 and Amazon.
Amazon Prime video users have stumbled across a Japanese show called Tokyo Train Girls, which features groping and up-skirt shots of women on public transport.
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Feud between internet giants leads to YouTube being pulled from all Amazon home devices including Fire TV and Echo Show from 1 January.
Amazon is off to a rocky start in Australia after shoppers discovered pricing was not much different from regular shops.
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The Kremlin has been drawn into a war of words with the UK press over whether a President Vladimir Putin calendar has sold out in Britain.
Woman contracted to work for Amazon filmed on CCTV squatting in front of house before pulling up trousers and driving away.
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Big-name brands including Mars and Lidl have pulled advertising from video giant YouTube after they were attached to videos of children attracting lurid comments from paedophiles.
Workers walk out demanding better wages from the American online retail giant.
Pornhub are joining the pop-shop craze and will launch a physical store in New York City to run until Christmas
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Philip Hammond announced in the budget that the UK will crack down on tax avoidance. Companies will now pay royalties when legally avoiding tax.
In the coming weeks, Apple will be expected to start paying back €13 billion in taxes. Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says he wants the funds "without delays".
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Amazon has pledged to release a security patch after a team of cybersecurity researchers showed its delivery service, which lets couriers inside homes, could be hacked.
Amazon is putting its physical supermarket stores through extensive testing to try and iron out bugs before its launch to the public.
The Competition and Markets Authority ruled after an in-depth investigation that the merger did not pose competition concerns.