In a world of spying, surveillance leaks and advanced analytics tracking our every move, a new website is tracking the locations of a million cats.
Facebook has smashed all estimates in its earnings and revenue report this week, largely thanks to its robust mobile ad business.
Households suspected of illegal downloading will receive up to four email warnings per year, though they will be educational and not punitive in nature.
Auntie Beeb has provided the promised explanation regarding the problems which hit last weekend, though it’s still not clear if malicious action was involved.
A conference session that was about to reveal a cheap way to reveal hundreds of thousands of names has been cancelled and Tor is working on a patch.
An Ofcom report has found that less than one in seven users install the child-friendly filters, with Virgin Media criticised for not offering the service at the point of sign-up.
An enquiry by Italian investigators has given Google 18 months to reform its privacy policies before it faces a fine of up to €1 million and possible criminal proceedings.
The deal, which includes $400 million in cash and $1.6 billion dollars worth of Facebook shares, has been approved by regulators and will come into effect immediately.
Over 1.1 million tickets have been sold so far but if you're unable to attend, fear not, for there are still plenty of ways to watch the action.
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