On Easter Sunday, a man now dubbed the “Facebook killer” shot and killed a grandfather before uploading footage of the murder to the social network.
Ian Leslie discovers how the two companies show Silicon Valley’s split personality.
EU member states are already bidding for the London-based regulator.
Pay your respects with our internet obituaries.
Can we trust that new security measures are anti-terrorist and not anti-democracy?
Facebook's review system normally allows restaurants and local businesses to thrive - but what happens when it’s switched on for a public figure's page?
Relatable content has swept across the internet since the early Noughties. Is it just a bit of fun, or has it profoundly changed the way we think and feel?
Politicians' lack of understanding leads to the wrong laws - and leaves real problems unchecked.
Britain's criminal justice system neither deterred nor rehabilitated Khalid Masood, and may even have facilitated his radicalisation.
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