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Some riders are calling for regulation rather than an outright ban.
The finals of the e-sports championship took place in Los Angeles this weekend.
How can parents intervene when boys seem drawn into extremist internet culture - and should they?
Hugh Gilmour failed to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup, so has turned to coaching instead.
Uganda and Zambia reject a report that they used Chinese telecoms firm Huawei to spy on the opposition.
Amazon says its warehouse ambassadors are authentic, but critics accuse them of being "paid to lie".
The owner of Sheffield's Meadowhall centre says data was "immediately deleted" after the trial.
Social app Hornet says Google moderators in Malaysia targeted its app several times.
The network on Facebook and Instagram helps combat online radicalisation, says Home Office.
BBC Click’s LJ Rich looks at some of the week’s best technology stories.
ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! mocked an emergency presidential alert issued to warn of major threats.
Police warn of delays to investigations and court cases after the attack led to a backlog of 20,000 samples.
Investing in digital currencies is fraught with danger, not just because the prices are so volatile.
The UK's data protection watchdog probes how facial recognition is being used at King's Cross.
YouTube denies it discriminates on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
US prosecutors claim other companies were hit by a software developer accused of stealing Capital One customer data.
An art project is looking at how machines might perceive the world compared to humans.
You don't need a phone or computer to get online as devices around the home get "smarter".
Biometric security software Biostar 2 was found to have exposed sensitive user data online.
Sadiq Khan asks the King's Cross Central development whether its use of facial recognition is legal.