A US company is suing a former employee for taking his Twitter followers when he left. What are the
Mail Online hits a new web traffic record for second month running
Why the <em>Mail's</em> Quentin Letts is wrong to attack shocking plays subsidised by public money.
Internet sales on the day following Thanksgiving rose faster than expected in the US.
Inquiry is considering whether to force political blogger to remove Campbell's witness statement fro
Paul Staines in hot water after leaking parts of Campbell's evidence on blog.
A stream of updates from people at the forefront of the Egyptian revolution.
Bloggers give evidence to Parliament.
Julian Assange says that the organisation will focus on fighting a financial blockade.
Parents will soon be able to control their children's online activities.
US and Canadian readers to pay for online content.
The papers' mix up in the Amanda Knox trial.
New staff and new content for the UK's Huffington Post.
A group of Austrian hackers release police data in protest against privacy bill
How we use social media may be up to us but it is also shaped by our culture, politics and governmen
Daily Mail expands digitally.
The BBC news website continues to attract more visitors than the Daily Mail.
Posts from Shadow education secretary Andy Burnham and NUS president Liam Burns amongst content on n
Journalists given permission to provide live updates online.
Baidu is the search engine of choice for 85 per cent of China’s net users. But what kind of window on the world is it when it claims Tiananmen Square is nothing more than a tourist attraction?
Journalism training organisation views decision as unfair and vows to fight for a repeal.
Current NME publishing director will take up new position in late autumn.
Financial Times Group announce rise in profits after change to business model.
The Court of Appeal is introducing new copyright measures, that will preserve newspaper rights to li
Photographers and video journalists encouraged to challenge court order.
Picture agency Corbis celebrates purchase of news agency founded by British redtop jounrnalists.
Press scrutiny spreads yet further as Medway Council sets up a new media monitoring website.
British software champion may have cracked augmented reality.
A new BBC contract clause may be introduced with the aim of preventing Tweets from revealing confide
One year on from introducting its paywall, The Times online tops 100,000 digital subscribers