The Centralised Monitoring System will reportedly be fully operational by the first quarter of 2017.
A man is running Windows Support scammers out of business by plaguing their phone lines with automatic calls.
YouTube has admitted that a glitch caused its systems to miscount unsubscriber numbers on channels.
It claims newspaper "has a reputation for poor fact checking, sensationalism and flat-out fabrication."
In 2016, at least 456 air strikes in Afghanistan were not disclosed to Congress, military analysts and the media.
Anonymised data from 85 billion streams was used to find out how music affects listening choices.
UK copyright experts claim the suspects made "in the region of £250,000" via online sales.
Twerdahl has previously served at Netflix and Roku and could breathe new life into Apple TV.
Meanwhile authorities decided to unlock YouPorn, owned by Brazzers' parent company.
Both companies drew criticism during the US election campaign for failing to curb the spread of fake news.
Huawei and Tencent are publicising missing children as part of efforts to stop child trafficking in China.
The move has attracted widespread criticism from animal welfare activists.
The manufacturers of lithium-ion batteries would now have to go through greater oversight and inspections.
Assange opens up about Trump, Clinton, WikiLeaks' future and the embassy cat.
Blackbird Technologies has also filed lawsuits against Soundcloud, Vimeo, Starz and Mubi.
Kalanick took the decision following a customer backlash over Trump's travel ban.
Publications report subscription losses due to increased piracy of their content.
New app will reportedly feature original, full length TV shows including tailor-made content.
Programme staff allegedly lack proficiency in Arabic and Islam and routinely drink at work.
EE, Three and O2 now offer Wi-Fi calls as an embedded service in their mobile networks.