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Tweeting abuse can be as "equally devastating" as shouting it, prosecutors are told.
A letter to the UN warns the world is getting closer to a dangerous "third revolution in warfare".
A government survey finds one in 10 businesses questioned have no plan to deal with hacking.
The pictures of the total solar eclipse will also be used to study the Sun's outermost atmosphere.
The man who beat the FBI to identify the mastermind of global online drugs market Silk Road.
24-year-old live streamer Lele Tao has one million fans, mostly young men. The first of a three-part series.
The latest court decision brings the total of blocked domains to 340.
The court will specialise in internet-related cases as the number of online disputes rises.
One of the world's largest websites has not let users post their own videos directly before.
A digital rights group criticises action taken by Google, GoDaddy and Cloudflare against the Daily Stormer.
Nestle's marketing mimics the 1970s Atari computer game Breakout, a court case alleges.
BBC Click's Nick Kwek looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.
Vishal Sikka says the "continuous drumbeat of distractions" contributed to his decision to resign.
After Gina Martin took a stand against 'upskirting', we asked if readers had ever experienced it. They had.
Weak defences are leaving cargo vessels vulnerable to cyber-attacks, say experts.
Can contactless technologies help charities raise more money?
Customers travelling in France, Portugal and Luxembourg were affected but the issue is now fixed.
A-level computing is dominated by boys with only 9.8% of the total number taking the exam being girls.
It features a Chinese actor in a turban and fake beard, mockingly assuming an Indian accent.