Pornographic websites could be forced to check their users are over 18 under new measures debated by British lawmakers Monday that are designed to protect children but have raised concerns over privacy and censorship.
Someone renamed Donald Trump's midtown Manhattan building on Google Maps, and the new moniker isn't very flattering.
The spread of fake online news has become a hot topic of conversation, particularly in the wake of the presidential election. According to a BuzzFeed news analysis, the top-performing fake election news stories posted on ...
The British government has already won the power to record everything we access on the internet. Now it wants to have a say over what we are and aren't allowed to look at online.
The accidental "death" of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and millions of other Facebook users is a timely reminder of what happens to our online content once we do pass away.
Facebook has built a tool for geographically censoring posts at the leading social network as it seeks a path back into China, The New York Times reports.
Fake news is still very much the subject of the news at the moment. There is a growing realisation that there is very little that can be done to stop it.
Researchers at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, as part of a European research project, have developed a new software tool which allows Facebook users to visualize the advertising revenue they generate while browsing in ...
Bitcoin, the virtual currency used by savvy techies and online black market traders, has faded from the public eye in recent months. But investor and cryptocurrency expert Adam Draper says bitcoin still has the potential ...
Hillary Clinton was about to be indicted, Pope Francis endorsed Donald Trump: the battle over fake news is heating up after a White House campaign in which the misinformation industry may have swung the outcome of the vote.