The adult website has until 1 May to hand over names, IP addresses and phone numbers.
A screaming tirade of racist abuse and false threats of rape aimed at New York driver caught on camera.
Moscow makes it illegal to share the image over the internet.
On 4 April, Berners-Lee received the prestigious Turing award often called the Nobel Prize of computing.
Amazon threatens to 'destroy' stock of streaming media players found to promote pirated content.
The bill drew fierce criticism from Democrats as well as data privacy groups and consumer advocates.
Structural engineer designed Sear's Tower, the world's tallest building for 25 years.
The companies say they have never sold customers' browsing history data and never will.
The malware is disguised as a Flash update.
The rules required internet service providers to ask for permission before selling on users' data.
Want to stop fake news on social media? Then first you need to understand how it spreads.
Major brands pulled advertising after appearing next to extremist content but agencies need to step up, too.
US student duped users out of money by suggesting they "see what happens".
Google's circular router arrives on 6 April alongside Google Home smart speaker.
Over 250 companies have already boycotted Google's video service.
Google also announced that it would replace SMS on Android devices with Android messages.
Online publications also criticised for failing to investigate propaganda material available online.
ISPs can now collect and sell personal information such as web browsing history or app usage data.
Pirate Bay, Primewire and other sites blocked again due to Cogent barring Cloudflare IP addresses.
The pontiff said people who criticise youth as 'distracted and superficial' are wrong.