Gerard Batten, Ukip interim leader, defended his belief that Islam is a "death cult", reasserting that it is "factually and historically true."
A murder probe has been launched by officers from the Metropolitan Police after a man was fatally stabbed in Kensington, west London, in the early hours of Sunday (18 February).
Misleading pictures spread after the premiere of the movie, which has been widely celebrated for the performances of its almost entirely black cast.
Actors' union Equity is reportedly looking at new simulated sex guidelines that would create new rules around the "mixing of saliva" during kissing scenes.
Harry Potter actor Emma Watson has reportedly donated a whopping £1m to an anti-harassment campaign set up to be "a catalyst for change" around the world.
A charity linked with soon-to-be British royalty, Meghan Markle, has been tied to a scandal in Haiti which saw aid workers exchanging food and cash reserves for sex.
For their roles in what US prosecutors have called "one of the largest" known cybercrime schemes, two Russian nationals were handed lengthy prison terms this week.
Since 2015, a bitcoin-stealing cybercrime gang has been launching phishing attacks exploiting Google's own advertising network to pilfer more than $50m worth of cryptocurrency.
More than 110,000 scanned ID documents including passports and driving licences linked to a subsidiary of delivery firm FedEx was left exposed online, experts reveal.
US cryptocurrency trading platform Coinbase has pledged to reimburse all users who have been impacted by ongoing issues which left some customer's' accounts being drained.
Pornography websites make up roughly half of all domains using so-called crypto-mining software to exploit users' computer power to make money, research suggests.
A group of North Korean hackers were sent to China and required to make up to $100,000 a year for the reclusive regime by any means, or face "severe" consequences.
Cryptocurrency scammers are invading the Twitter timelines of famous technologists and companies in an attempt to dupe fintech fanatics into sending them money.
Sources said that the Coincheck hackers are using the anonymity provided by the dark web to help launder the stolen cryptocurrency, which is known as NEM.
A founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and a former lyricist for the Grateful Dead, John Perry Barlow, has died aged 70.
Tavis McGinn, who ultimately left his post at Facebook after six months, has opened up about his role and how his work was similar to that of a political pollster.
Swiss mobile phone operator says data systems were breached in 2017 and contact details of about 800,000 customers compromised.
Twitter and PornHub say they will both take action against AI-enhanced porn videos that use the faces of celebrities, a phenomenon now widely known as "deepfakes".
Police in China mix Google Glass-style eyewear with facial recognition technology to catch criminals.
Carstens said many people believe so far that, given the limited size of virtual currencies, "concerns about them do not rise to a systemic level".
Video-hosting platform apologises for showing disturbing content to children despite crackdown on inappropriate content.
Global children's charity Unicef launches pilot scheme asking gamers to create Ethereum to fund emergency aid in Syria.
A cheap and easy-to-deploy hacking tool used by cybercriminals to covertly hijack computers has been dismantled in an international policing operation.
Smart sex toys made by German company 'Amor Gummiwaren GmbH' contained multiple security vulnerabilities that could let hackers remotely take control of vibrators.
Facebook users were duped this week into watching fake "live footage" of the celestial treat that was the "super blue blood moon", a fraud that racked up millions of views.
Bitcoin conference organisers invites 5,000 guests to late-night networking thrash at massive Miami strip club.
Secure chat app Telegram and a newer version of the software called Telegram X were both removed from Apple's iOS App store Wednesday (31 January), with little explanation.
EyeEm co-founder opens up about AI-powered photo competitions: "We are really obsessed with ranking images. We are unique."
Gambling websites maintained by Ladbrokes, William Hill and PT Entertainment can no longer use "bonus promotion" in attempts to lure in new customers.
Outspoken AriseBank, which claims to have raised $600m, may have chosen wrong administration to challenge.