Digital property: can you bequeath your iTunes library?

Personal Finance Fri 31 Jan, AT 14:24

The laws surrounding online assets are 'very grey', but growing number of lawsuits is set to change that

The top 10 social media fails of 2013

Summary Tue 24 Dec, AT 10:30

The worst mistakes committed by companies, celebs and politicians and what we learnt from them

Computer Hacker

DPP says rude, shocking tweets shouldn't be prosecuted

One-Minute Read Fri 21 Jun, AT 12:38

New social media guidelines urge freedom of speech, but damaging 'trolls' may still end up in court

Unicef attacks Facebook 'likes' and says charities need cash

Talking Point Fri 3 May, AT 15:00

'Slacktivists' under fire in ad campaign that demands donations, not social media support

Class war: new social groupings provoke outrage on social media

First Reaction Wed 3 Apr, AT 14:57

New system banishes working class, ushers in 'precarious proletariats'. But is it realistic?

Triple whammy threat to global economy pointed up by WEF

Brief Wed 9 Jan, AT 09:45

Before Davos summit starts, World Economic Forum issues its annual report on global risk

New laws needed to stop 'trial by Twitter', says Lord Leveson

First Reaction Fri 7 Dec, AT 10:11

And there's the unending punishment, and no prospect of rehabilitation, by Google, says judge

Twitter

Twitter trolls: CPS to rethink rules on social media abuse

First Post Thu 20 Sep, AT 15:27

No charges over homophobic Tom Daley tweet, as Keir Starmer raises bar for criminal prosecution

Tory catfight: Nadine Dorries vs 'undignified' Louise Mensch

One-Minute Read Tue 28 Aug, AT 08:59

Outgoing MP feels the wrath of Dorries after defending The Sun over the naked Prince Harry photos

James Holmes

Not on Facebook? You're probably a psychopath

One-Minute Read Tue 7 Aug, AT 13:44

Massacre suspects Holmes and Breivik were not on the social network - but neither is 85% of the world

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