Europe’s top court has told Google it does not have to make the “right to be forgotten” available worldwide.
The UK’s data and privacy watchdog is looking into how personal data on the Government’s main website is collected after it was reported the portal is being used to target users in preparation for Brexit.
YouTube has started testing changes to the way videos are recommended to users in the UK to prevent borderline content and misinformation from spreading, the platform’s chief has revealed.
YouTube has warned that more content could be blocked in the short term as a result of changes in the way it deals with music copyright.
YouTube has decided not to take action against a prominent video-maker accused of being homophobic, despite admitting that the content was “clearly hurtful”.
A third of parents have expressed concern that their children could become addicted to pornography that is easily accessible via the internet, according to a survey.
New rules that require users of pornography websites to verify their age will be implemented on July 15, but opponents have expressed concern about internet freedoms and privacy.
Amazon customers can now watch live streams of products and brands, similar to traditional shopping channels on television.
Microblogging site Tumblr has announced plans to ban all pornographic content from its platform, in a massive crackdown after child pornography was uncovered.
Apple is to start selling a number of its products directly on Amazon as part of a deal between the two tech giants.
The BBC’s website was replaced with a fiery test card on Thursday morning in an apparent technical issue lasting almost an hour.
Google’s attempts to tackle annoying adverts online have taken a step up with the launch of a new ad-filtering feature for its web browser Chrome.