Webbs on the Web
By Alice Gribbin - 13 February 18:55

The diaries of NS founder and social reformer, Beatrice Webb, tell a fascinating personal and politi

NightJack blogger to sue the Times
By David Allen Green - 09 February 13:39

Richard Horton has instructed solicitor Mark Lewis.

Sky News and anti-social media
By George Eaton - 08 February 10:56

The channel's decision to ban retweets by its journalists is a great leap backwards.

Must read posts on the Twitter Joke Trial appeal
By David Allen Green - 07 February 17:23

Your brief guide to the High Court case.

Mail Online
10 questions for Daily Mail boss Paul Dacre
By Steven Baxter - 06 February 10:22

The editor's appearance before the Leveson inquiry is the perfect time to ask about Mail Online.

How to think about social media
By David Allen Green - 31 January 15:59

Why social media is part of the solution not part of the problem.

Parliament told Twitter could now observe gagging orders
By Press Gazette - 31 January 10:51

Social networking site could block content that breaches injunctions.

The rise of Downfall
By Sophie Elmhirst - 23 January 0:00

Everyone has a favourite.

Wing charged with speeding Guardian mobile growth
By Press Gazette - 19 January 13:33

Steve Wing given job of growing the Guardian News and Media’s mobile activity.

Why we're taking Wikipedia down for a day
By Anonymous - 17 January 16:14

A personal explanation offered from a Wikimedia community member.

Wikipedia 24-hour blackout: a reader
By Alice Gribbin - 17 January 12:49

The who, what and why of Wikipedia's plan to shut down in protest of anti-piracy legislation.

BSkyB takes a 10 per cent stake in social TV site Zeebox
By Teresa Goncalves - 09 January 11:41

The app provides second-by-second information about what other users are watching.

News Corp-owned Shine buys internet TV channel
By Teresa Goncalves - 06 January 15:45

Elisabeth Murdoch buys ChannelFlip in latest move to expand.

Future's Techradar.com expands into US
By Press Gazette - 06 January 11:09

Techradar.com to launch in the US this Spring.

New iPad app launched by BSkyB
By Teresa Goncalves - 05 January 18:14

BSkyB state that the demand for TV apps will grow this year.

What "panda-gate" tells us about sexism
By Laurie Penny - 28 December 16:26

Why were real women's brave, brilliant acts this year not considered newsworthy?

How much is a Twitter follower worth?
By Samira Shackle - 28 December 15:38

A US company is suing a former employee for taking his Twitter followers when he left. What are the

Mail hits UK newspaper web record with 85m browsers
By Staff blogger - 22 December 17:17

Mail Online hits a new web traffic record for second month running

Let's hear it for state-sponsored depravity at the theatre
By Alan White - 19 December 12:55

Why the <em>Mail's</em> Quentin Letts is wrong to attack shocking plays subsidised by public money.

"Black Friday" sees internet sales peak
By Roberto Barros - 29 November 17:31

Internet sales on the day following Thanksgiving rose faster than expected in the US.

Leveson: Guido should be denied "oxygen of publicity"
By Andrew Pugh - 28 November 15:48

Inquiry is considering whether to force political blogger to remove Campbell's witness statement fro

Guido summoned by Leveson over Campbell leak
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette - 28 November 15:47

Paul Staines in hot water after leaking parts of Campbell's evidence on blog.

On the web: Tweets From Tahrir Live
By Androulla Harris - 24 November 17:54

A stream of updates from people at the forefront of the Egyptian revolution.

The myth of privacy law
By David Allen Green - 15 November 16:24

Bloggers give evidence to Parliament.

WikiLeaks suspends publishing
By George Eaton - 24 October 17:52

Julian Assange says that the organisation will focus on fighting a financial blockade.

Cameron announces crackdown on internet porn
By Sella Oneko - 12 October 12:26

Parents will soon be able to control their children's online activities.

The Independent's paywall model
By Sella Oneko - 11 October 12:07

US and Canadian readers to pay for online content.

Daily Mail Inquiry into 'Knox guilty' blunder
By Press Gazette - 05 October 15:36

The papers' mix up in the Amanda Knox trial.

Huffington Post steps up UK recruitment
By Press Gazette - 05 October 15:07

New staff and new content for the UK's Huffington Post.

Austrian hackers publish police data
By Sella Oneko - 28 September 18:59

A group of Austrian hackers release police data in protest against privacy bill