The law will require social media platforms to remove offensive content within 24 hours of receiving complaints.
Anti-piracy company leaves 60-year-old feeling "terrified and depressed".
The company will adopt a flexible sample-based approach to support online subscriptions.
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The search engine has marked several 'birthday's over the years.
Subsea 160-terabits-per-second data cable can stream 71m HD videos simultaneously.
Unverified photos purportedly show US armoured cars and fighting vehicles moving through Isis-occupied areas.
The announcement came with the launch of a new awareness campaign to protect online shoppers.
Louisiana married couple facing obscenity charges.
The company plans to launch a constellation of thousands of satellites to provide affordable global internet.
New FACT report claims 25% of the British public "consume illicit content".
Too much information: Rise in 'sharenting' sees 80% of kids under two have an online presence.
The company, however, has said that moderators were told to keep an eye on politically motivated marketing attempts.
The UK and Western Europe were among the worst affected areas.
Study shows social media and instant messenger apps are slowly killing traditional mail.
Security experts recommend that website owners who use the Display Widgets plugin uninstall it at the earliest.
The move marks the latest example of a technology company being affected by a geopolitical dispute.
The complaint claims Google systemically segregates women and pays them less for substantially similar work.
In June, Canada's electronic spy agency warned hackers will \'very likely\' try to influence elections.
During initial testing, the chips were able to store 97% of the data for 75 nanoseconds.