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OkCupid: five things it learned about love by tricking its users

Tue 29 Jul, AT 13:15

OkCupid dating site admits to removing people's photos and lying about how well matched they are

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Revenge porn law: more clarity needed, say Lords

One-Minute Read
Tue 29 Jul, AT 09:56

Existing laws deemed 'fit for purpose', as social media sites and parents urged to tackle the practice

World Cup jokes, tweets and memes: a tournament in review

Mon 14 Jul, AT 13:49

Lively on the pitch and funny off it: here's our selection of the best World Cup jokes

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Dark net: what lurks beneath the surface of the internet?

Thu 19 Jun, AT 11:17

Tens of thousands of paedophiles are using the hidden web to share images of sexual abuse

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Twitter: hundreds of children investigated over online abuse

One-Minute Read
Thu 29 May, AT 10:26

Policing the internet becomes 'daily task' for UK's forces, with 20,000 adult cases in three years


Is massive cyber-attack just the first of many?

First Reaction
Thu 28 Mar, AT 13:47

'Nuclear bomb' that slowed global internet connections is part of growing trend, experts warn

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Is Kim Dotcom's new site Mega a triumph for privacy or piracy?

First Reaction
Sun 20 Jan, AT 14:30

MegaUpload founder's cloud storage website gets US prosecutors in a 'tizzy'

What is IPv6, the system that has revolutionised the internet?

Wed 6 Jun, AT 16:21

Google and Facebook switched to the next generation of networking today - but did anyone notice?

Can Pirate Pay put an end to illegal internet downloads?

Tue 15 May, AT 16:25

Russian company has won the backing of Microsoft as it develops anti-piracy technology

Berners-Lee slams government snooping and warns Google

Wed 18 Apr, AT 10:44

Plans to spy on internet use must be stopped; Google and Facebook might not be around forever