News@5: Google, Facebook and Zynga

A German court has ordered Google to hand over the hard drive containing the private Wi-Fi data they collected whilst gathering information for their Street View feature or face legal action.

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has promised that London will become the world's biggest Wi-Fi hotspot by 2012 stating that "every lamp post, every bus stop" would offer wireless internet access.

A survey has shown that Facebook is one of the most important things in young girls' lives; only family and friends were considered more important.

New Facebook applications SaveFace and ReclaimPrivacy have been launched by third party developers to help users protect their private information from being made public.

After weeks of bitter negotiation, games developer Zynga and social networking giant Facebook have come to an agreement and announced a five-year deal, ending their long-running feud.