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The company has tightened its privacy rules in run up to announcements of new technology expected in September
The employment minister, Andrea Nahles, has commissioned a report into workplace stress with a view to new legislation. By Keith Stuart
According to a survey, an advert-free internet would cost each person in the UK £140 a year. Tell us whether you'd be willing to pay
Company updates support page to say that it may add content from all sorts of sources on Twitter - but changes are unpopular. By Charles Arthur
Firm said to be developing versions of YouTube and Gmail to which it could let children under 13 sign up
Met says passing on clip of Isis militant murdering US journalist on social media could lead to prosecution under anti-terror laws
Hundreds of users complain as favourited tweets suddenly appear in their followers’ timelines like retweets. By Samuel Gibbs
Leading security expert Dan Geer says the EU ruling does not go far enough in protecting users’ privacy. By Tom Brewster
"A photographer involved in a copyright row with Wikipedia over a monkey "selfie" says he has lost £10,000 in income over two years because of it."...
Sharing is the norm online, and secrecy is out. But what is the psychological and cultural fallout from the end of privacy, asks Alex Preston
China Labour Watch says a supplier in Dongguan hired children to work 11-hour days without overtime pay
May dubbed 'Mrs Snoop' as politicians say emergency measures applied to new legislation could have 'unintended consequences'
Civil rights groups and security analysts express renewed concern about the Abbott government push to store metadata
Germany is attempting to curb emails outside of office hours. What lengths would you go to in order to avoid your emails after clocking off? By Elena Cresci
When Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web 24 years ago he thought he'd created an egalitarian tool that shared information for the greater good. But it hasn't quite worked out like that. What went wrong, asks Stuart Jeffries
Intentionally failed installation lures users into calling ‘support’ line - which drags them into multi-million pound scam. By Charles Arthur
The Q&A site connected with seven teenagers’ suicides has been bought by Ask.com, who has sworn to crack down on abuse of the platform. By Alex Hern
In the wake of the journalist’s death, social media companies begin to take an editorial approach to the content they are hosting. By Hannah Jane Parkinson
By acting on footage of James Foley's murder, Twitter has taken responsibility in a way it hasn't over abuse and threats. So what happens next?
Unsubstantiated news reports do nothing to help, argues Stephen Balkam, unlike education and evidence-based policy
PwC study suggests third of young people would be happy for employer to see social media profiles in return for job security
Max Schrems, 26, is claiming €500 damages per user for data violations, including helping the NSA to run Prism
Many thousands of people were defrauded of money through the Gameover Zeus and Cryptolocker viruses, but researchers say criminals are now reviving the code. By Tom Brewster
National Crime Agency leads campaign to knock out Shakespearian malware that infected at least 30,000 PCs. By Tom Brewster