Survey asks users to rank the trustworthiness of headlines that appear in Facebook's news feed.
The app lets contacts see your last known location and follow your journey when you feel unsafe.
'There is no place for content that promotes terrorism on our hosted consumer services,' the companies said.
Google says search results are a reflection of the content across the web.
Lack of security in internet-connected toys means anyone can listen in on your kids' conversations.
In May, the companies signed a code of conduct promising to 'quickly and efficiently' combat hate speech.
The unidentified 32-year-old had allegedly frequented jihadist websites for two years.
The attack targeted specific routers, but experts believe other connected devices could soon be hit.
The spy bill, which has been granted royal assent, will go into effect in January 2017.
The WikiLeaks founder has been residing at the Ecuadorian embassy since 2012.
New speaker will feature both touch screen and Amazon Alexa and is pegged to arrive in early 2017.
The Internet Archive is seeking donations to achieve this goal.
The online-only shopping festival managed to outdo Black Friday's online sales.
Communications to Channel Islands is currently being routed via the submarine cable link with France.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo called the use of such bots 'predatory' and 'wrong'.
The move comes as part of Amazon's efforts to ensure customer trust in its review system.
Thanks to the Snooper's Charter everyone from GCHQ to the NHS can now view your online habits.
Elon Musk is being attacked in a multitude of derogatory articles, many authored by people who don't exist.
Customers have been tricked into buying high-value gift cards and sending the codes to scammers.
Facebook plans to expand the programme to other regions soon.