He should leave the Ecuadorean embassy without delay.
DSMO, the website that abused Mary Beard, did far more than host threads dedicated to obscenity and offence. Its users took delight in bullying and harrassing their victims.
The aggregated effect of floods of negative comments online can be enough to put opinionated women off appearing in public.
The courageous teen passes away after a battle with Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
Games as ballet, a playwright on the medium, and (sorry) me talking about ladies, again.
"Damaging mythology re: raptors"
Despite legal language used, "we do not have plans for this" says Kevin Systrom.
Via basically everyone, this video is unbelievable. A golden eagle tries – and fails, thank god – to fly away with somebody's baby:
From Jeff Jarvis to Clay Shirky, a class of gurus are intent on "disrupting" old-fashioned practices like asking us to pay for valuable content. Meanwhile, web giants like Google and Apple jealously guard their profitable secrets.
Conflict reporting has always been the most dangerous branch of journalism - but in the changing political landscape of recent years, has it become even more so?
The video games industry is not the friendliest of places for women.
Why there are grounds for optimism.
Julian Assange's new book "Cypherpunks" has failed to understand something fundamental about the internet.
"Don't break this law which we can't tell you."
The Speaker's wife appears to have deleted her account.
Kent police say the man was detained on suspicion of "malicious telecommunications".
Can I get a fact check?
Can video games combine strong narratives with actual play? Phil Hartup examines the contenders.
The Chinese government hires people to distort or deflect conversations on the web. Ai Weiwei persuades an “online commentator” to tell all.
Adam Taylor got a month's readers in a day thanks to a link from the Drudge Report. But, he wonders, is the Conservative icon's power waning?
Photo emerges of new Tory chairman wearing a "Michael Green" name badge at a Las Vegas conference.
What's in store? A headbutting dwarf, Martin Freeman and a waterfall, and plenty of Gandalf.
NS nominated for best online comment site as well as nods for writers Will Self, Rowenna Davis and Laurie Penny.
His "Slag Alert Pictures" stunt backfired.
Why the “zombie facts” of Assange supporters are wrong.
The restaurant critic's Twitter "flounce" is typical - writers are just terribly insecure people.