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Margaret Wilson, 95, says she will hold true to an oath she swore at Bletchley Park in World War Two.
Fake news can sometimes very closely mimic real news. Zoe Kleinman looks at how you can spot it.
India has seen a rise in public lynchings caused by social media messages spreading fake news.
The Chinese firm's shopping bonanza day saw customers spend a record $30.8bn.
Tampons, drones and more surprising innovations from World War One that changed the world.
Western web-users lap up misinformation online - these are the shady "merchants" who push it on Facebook.
UK police believe the Swede sent the "potentially lethal" bomb after a password reset request was refused.
Gamers were prevented from playing for hours by attacks that targeted popular titles
A stack of crypto-currency mining machines was found after teachers complained about excessive noise.
It's been two years since Vine was binned by Twitter, but its creator says the successor is coming.
BBC Click’s Nick Kwek looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
Reed Hastings says the firm does not fear the launch of Disney's new online streaming service next year.
A gamer who spent years adrift in an online world has developed a board game to help isolated young people.
Microplastics have swamped our ecosystem. Can tech help prevent them entering our water systems?
Mr Robinson says he used Paypal to collect donations for legal battles, and calls the ban "fascism".
Videos from news sources that get government or public funds will be highlighted by the video site.
The world's fourth bestselling smartphone-maker aims to win consumers by maintaining tight margins.
The verification system will be voluntary until it becomes harder to fool, says Facebook.
The state news agency Xinhua says the nameless presenter will help reduce news production costs.
The site says it made a mistake when it wiped videos of a women's vote campaigner being murdered.