Alexander Nix refused to testify before the U.K. Parliament's media committee, citing British authorities' investigation into his former company.
A Twitter troll is begging for forgiveness after he was exposed as a 28-year-old father of two in Scunthorpe.
Javier Palomarez, president of the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, says it sends "a very troubling message."
UFC star Conor McGregor lost to boxing legend Floyd Mayweather in a boxing fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas in August 2017.
A Queensland man who posted a tragic ad on a Facebook page has been admitted to hospital and diagnosed with a mental condition.
As part of the site's F*ck Your Period campaign, Pornhub is giving free access to their on-demand streaming service.
Burger King has uploaded a video mocking net neutrality which shows customers receiving Whoppers at slower times, depending on what "package" they ordered.
The founder of an Internet file-sharing service faces charges of copyright infringement and fraud in the US. Meanwhile, he's in New Zealand suing the government for $6.8bn.
Update to Android Oreo allows users to view expected speeds of free public WiFi networks before filling out lengthy online forms.
Almost 5,000 Airbnb hosts in San Francisco have had their properties removed from the website after failing to comply with new registration laws.
eBay is actively removing listings of the controversial H&M "coolest monkey in the jungle" hoodie, which was modelled by a young black boy.
Paedophile claims fired at YouTube star were part of plan to take heat off of Logan Paul, conspiracy theorists believe.
A man's tweet about a man in a tomato has got a sassy reply. People are calling it the best tweet of 2018.
Broadband users are feeling misled about promises made by telecommunication companies, including download speeds and monthly costs.
Is he a hero or a "disgusting classist"? The internet is divided over Henry - a guy who is alienating his girlfriend with his obsession with the Royals.
A woman was left outraged after a spokesperson for Virgin trains undermined her complaint of sexism online.
Over 400 protestors have reportedly been arrested and more than a dozen people killed as a massive anti-government protest continues.
"Omg she's so adorable," one person said of the 85-year-old grandmother in the viral video.
"Oops! Something went wrong. Unlike Obama, we are working to fix the problem... and not on the golf course," the error message reads.
Speculation about the account's mysterious and sudden disappearance are doing the rounds on Twitter, with some claiming that Julian Assange deleted his own account.