Self-regulation online is failing, peers report warns.
Over 250 firms have now withdrawn advertising including HSBC, McDonald's and Volkswagen.
Matt Brittin issues statement after major brands pull advertising from YouTube.
We examine the reasons Tim Berners-Lee says his invention is under threat and ask if he's right.
Dex deliberately changed definitions to see if students were using its service to cheat in key tests.
Fog computing distributes data packets across multiple servers, making them a harder target for hackers.
Around 10,000 films were created covering 210 nuclear tests conducted by the US, which are now being digitised.
Swift has previously resisted similar moves on other nations citing its political neutral policy.
Google chiefs called to Cabinet Office over racist, white supremacist and rape apologist content.
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New licensing deals mean major new album releases will be time-restricted to paying members.
A US judge has ruled that police can search an individual's files on peer-to-peer file sharing networks.