By Alice Gribbin - 09 May 15:36
Tweet tags reveal those allegedly granted gagging orders.
By Press Gazette - 05 May 12:53
Event at City University, London on 9 May, 7pm.
By Press Gazette - 26 April 13:13
Detainee assessment briefs contain intelligence on some of the 172 currents inmates and 604 since tr
By Alice Gribbin - 19 April 16:00
Online investigative news group ProPublica win America's great journalism award
By Francisco Perez - 19 April 12:36
Owner Ian Dodsworth remains silent on a transaction which could strengthen Twitter’s technological o
By Andrew Pugh - 18 April 15:24
The Incisive Media publication will be online-only from this week.
By Staff blogger - 15 April 14:03
It's easy to be cynical about Twitter but there are times when it comes into its own.
By Simon Pegg - 14 April 13:48
The actor/director Simon Pegg describes his initiation into the Twitterverse.
By Julian Assange - 14 April 13:35
We shouldn’t be surprised by the war on WikiLeaks. The elite have always loathed the radical press,
By Andrew Pugh - 14 April 13:18
The BBC Trust has published its revised service licence for BBC Online following a strategic review
By Andrew Pugh - 14 April 12:57
Transfer of regulation of video-on-demand sector could cost businesses thousands.
By Francisco Perez - 13 April 18:58
Former Huffington Post contributors have filed a $105m lawsuit over the sale of the website to inter
By Jemima Khan - 07 April 17:01
The WikiLeaks cables exposed government corruption, war crimes and human rights abuses.
By Press Gazette - 07 April 13:19
Public Accounts Committee criticizes BBC deal with Siemens over a major digital technology project
By Liam McLaughlin - 04 April 14:22
Advertising space at the London 2012 Olympics is to be auctioned online.
By Press Gazette - 30 March 12:10
In a speech, Lord Judge expressed hopes for technology to improve implementation of justice.
By Francisco Perez - 29 March 12:13
Report shows £945m was made from advertising on social networks, as the online display sector genera
By Francisco Perez - 28 March 13:22
Investment by the reality television producer will allow the website to expand to other popular cult
By Liam McLaughlin - 28 March 12:27
The Performing Right Society report a drop of 1 per cent in total royalties.
By Francisco Perez - 25 March 11:16
This future site is part of Huffington and AOL's strategy to further enter international markets.
By Liam McLaughlin - 25 March 11:10
Consumers camp outside London's Apple stores for up to 33 hours.
By Francisco Perez - 22 March 12:53
INM has unveiled four projects aiming to diversify the group's digital activities.
By Alex Klaushofer - 18 March 18:34
Who will come out on top in the coming battle between new and old media over hyperlocal news?
By Francisco Perez - 18 March 11:35
The newspaper will charge for access to its website globally as of March 28
By Liam McLaughlin - 17 March 11:40
The EU plans to enforce higher standards of privacy on social networks.
By Francisco Perez - 16 March 12:05
Biz Stone to work across Huffington Post Media and other AOL assets.
By Liam McLaughlin - 16 March 11:47
The statement from the Wikileaks Chief came during a speech at the Cambridge Union.
By Press Gazette - 15 March 12:20
The new daily email newsletter will be sent to registered users as of April.
By Press Gazette - 14 March 10:34
Welsh councillor fined £3000 for defamatory tweet