Users of the anonymous forum are targeting Google after the company introduced a programme for censoring abusive language.
Thanks to the internet, a new discursive register has emerged: either you’re with us, to the most extreme interpretation of our ideas, or you’re against us.
Just as adblockers look set to reshape the online advertising landscape, it tuns out that one leading service is showing some companies' ads for a fee.
I don’t know why it took Dermot O'Leary reading out my tweet to make me realise that everything I wrote was completely public.
22-year-old Olajide Olatunji, aka KSI, has racked up billions of views for his videos, yet journalists regard him with derision and bewilderment. Is there more to him than meets the eye?
Our laws on child pornography don’t allow for the rise of the internet, let alone smartphones, and they’re already woefully out-of-date.
Apple's new operating system allows users to easily block ads on mobile, just as it launches its own news app. For the digital media, this is nothing short of a disaster.
Contrary to yesterday's reports, CEO Mark Zuckerberg thinks a “dislike” button would not be “good for the world”. So what is Facebook building instead?
One imagines that the abilities of 47,000-plus employees sitting around on beanbags and drinking really good coffee could have been put to better use.
Over a century on from its birth, the British Board of Film Classification is struggling to make its way in the digital world.
Campaigners are using Amazon's wishlist feature - more commonly used for weddings and birthdays - to rally supplies for the thousands camped at Calais.
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