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Rail companies have been advising customers to travel with their ticket confirmation email.
Stolen credit cards and other illegal material are also on sale, a File on 4 investigation discovers.
A decade from now, memory-boosting implants could be available commercially, but at what risk?
Ren Zhengfei says the firm will survive despite security concerns and his daughter's legal troubles.
A cross-party group of MPs says Facebook used its Onavo app to gather information on competitors.
Google backtracks after "mistakenly" deleting YouTubers for "sexual content involving minors".
The ranks of people who believe the Earth is flat are being helped by YouTube, suggests a US study.
The "sophisticated" activity follows an intrusion on parliamentary servers, PM Scott Morrison says.
The results are believed to be the work of Indian protesters responding to the 14 February Kashmir attack.
UK intelligence chiefs reportedly conclude the Chinese tech giant Huawei can bid for telecoms projects.
Visual effects supervisor Julian Foddy explains how they helped make the film.
The House of Commons publishes its report into fake news with some strong criticism of Facebook.
When Quadriga's founder died he left behind a mystery: what happened to millions in cryptocurrency?
Online multiplayer game Roblox has reinstated PewDiePie after banning the YouTuber for using his name.
The code putting ads on webpages can stop pages loading by seconds, finds analysis of millions of sites.
The mobile network industry has called for a new security testing scheme to check 5G equipment.
Tilly Lockey, 13, has bionic arms that are so sophisticated she can now use a paintbrush and apply make-up.
Made In Chelsea's Andy Jordan has a warning about the realities of being a social media influencer.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, new apps are helping victims gather and share evidence.