Three years of growth have come to a stuttering halt as events in 2017 dented the confidence of marketing bosses.
Vitaly Bespalov said IRA employees working in the "American department" were paid about $1,300 to $2000 per month to create inflammatory content.
Naturally, many took to social media to voice their frustration over the issue, particularly those inching closer to their project deadlines.
A comment by EA about Star Wars Battlefront II, explaining why players should feel pride when unlocking characters, has been met by a record number of unhappy users on Reddit.
Al-Awlaki was cited as an influence in numerous terrorist attacks over the years, including the ones at Fort hood, the Boston Marathon and San Bernardino among others.
Internet users will no longer need to battle for compensation following poor internet service. Automatic compensation will come into effect by 2019 for 90% of the market.
Kim Jong-un's Apple obsession may have resulted in the regime copying an Apple feature to block people from accessing the internet.
Reddit pulled the plug on the incel – or "involuntarily celibate" – subreddit because of rape-glorifying content and general trend of misogyny.
Marissa Mayer, former CEO of Yahoo, apologised for the data breaches in 2013 and 2014 that affected 3 billion user's privacy.
The message has since been taken down by the social media giant, but thanks to Internet Archive, people can still see what it read.
A three-year-old boy who was watching the YouTube Kids app on an iPad was found screaming by his mother after a cartoon-style suicide video leaked through the filters.
Google searches for the attacker's name brought up falsified and propaganda posts in the 'Popular on Twitter' section.
The cockatoos have been sharpening their beaks and have "developed a liking" for the cables. The total repair bill could rise as high as $2m.
Russia's internet troll farm reportedly operated a popular alt-right commentator's account under the name Jenna Abrams who gained international news coverage.
The files feature a trove of videos, some of which featured movies like Ice Age and Chicken Little, childrens' cartoons like Tom and Jerry, alongside graphic videos of beheadings.
The internet giants faced a Senate committee hearing that led so several heated exchanges between lawmakers and the executives.
More than 16,000 people surveyed, giving a unique insight into customer satisfaction with internet providers.
Google has seemingly tucked the The Pirate Bay more than five pages deep in UK results pages. However, the search company claims it's just how it's algorithm works.
A statement to be delivered by Colin Stretch, general counsel for Facebook, will reveal more details about Russia's alleged involvement in the 2016 US elections.
The good folks at Pornhub insights have set out what people are likely to be searching for when the spooky occassion rolls by.
"For the nth time, I am NOT Trump's foreign policy adviser! I have NO association with the Trump camp! NONE!" Papadopoulos tweeted Monday.
There's a new trend on Twitter, for those who can't decide if they are millennial or not.
'Delay is inexcusable' says Julian Assange as WikiLeaks offers $100,000 reward for blocked JFK files
The US government has made 2,800 files public. However, the release of hundreds of other records were blocked reportedly due to pressure from the CIA and the FBI.
Hawking's thesis was made public by Cambridge, over 50 years after it was first written and has since reportedly been viewed by over 400,000 people.
Any applicants would be informed they would be selling goods, such as cars or machinery, via online marketplaces – think eBay and Gumtree – on behalf of a fake firm.
Two Teeside men have been handed suspended prison sentences in Kodi case - others "may not be so lucky".