It's becoming more and more common for everyday appliances to have features we don't expect, and the implications for privacy and freedom can be surprisingly profound. We should be sure we know what we're buying into.
We need to learn to live with the big companies which dominate the internet - but right now our only policy responses are state control or free market monopoly.
Programmes where US and UK security services intercepted and shared private data were unlawful, tribunal declares.
The first draft of a copyright reform report, from the digital rights party's last MEP, could give the Pirates a significant legacy.
Twitter's move away from the stream continues apace with new mass direct messaging and video features.
The House of Lords is meant to be a place where those with specialist knowledge and experience can offer suggestions or amendments of how to improve the bills the Commons puts through - not remove our fundamental freedoms on a whim.
4chan lies at the source of much of contemporary web culture, for better or worse, but its creator is walking away.
Once seen as a better investment than gold, the digital cryptocurrency is experiencing some severe existential threats.
The flexibility and speed of 3D printing makes pet prosthetics and digitally-downloaded space tools a reality.
Someone, somewhere in government, is spending a considerable amount of time keeping Wikipedia's entries on Scottish football up-to-date.