A gaggle of America's biggest hi-tech companies have called for a silicon veto of President Trump's tightening of controls on HB1 visas, saying they threaten jobs and competitivity.
Murder suspect Steve Stephens who police say posted a video of himself on Facebook shooting an elderly man in the US has been found dead
Police in Cleveland Ohio have called for a suspect who broadcast a video of himself live on Facebook killing an elderly man, to turn himself in.
In an unusual video posted on the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, the sheriff recited a hostile message to the area’s heroin dealers.
German ministers have approved a draft law aimed at tackling the growing problem of cyber hate and false information of a criminal nature on the web.
A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in Chicago in connection with the sexual assault of a teenage girl that was broadcast on Facebook Live.
Brexit has kept us pretty busy in the newsroom these past months but it has also lead to heated discussion over tea or coffee in the breakroom.
A young French woman with Down’s Syndrome has fulfilled her lifelong ambition to become a TV weather presenter.
A German court has rejected a temporary injunction against facebook in a case brought by Syrian refugee Anas Modamani, who took a selfie with Angela Merkel in 2015. The site failed to remove fake post
Facebook is launching an app for smart TVs so the social network's users can watch its videos on a bigger screen.
Anas Modamani rose to fame after a selfie with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a refugee shelter in Berlin.
In this edition of Insiders, we explore online privacy and data protection in Europe
Silkie Carlo is a policy officer for Liberty, the National Council for Civil Liberties in the UK. One of many NGOs campaigning against the Investigatory Powers Act. She tells Valerie Gauriat why her o
David Anderson is the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation in the United Kingdom. He is the author of the Bulk Powers Review, which analyses the operational case of bulk collection of data,
Adrian Kennard is the Director of Andrews & Arnold, a british Internet Service Provider. He tells Valerie Gauriat of the industry's concerns over the Investigatory Powers Act, it deems not only intru
Tim Dawson is the President of the UK's National Union of "Journalists":http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/journalists-urged-to-voice-their-concerns-over-draft-laws-which-threaten-sources-and-photographers
Euronews anchor Sophie Claudet speaks with MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht about data protection rights and responsibilities in Europe.
Perhaps you don't like details from your private life appearing on search engine results? Don't worry: you can take control of your web presence and protect your privacy.
UK has just legalised the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy.
Two of the men were detained suspected of rape, while one man was detained on suspicion of failing to reveal rape.
Four young black people are due in court in Chicago on Friday over the torture of a mentally ill white man which was broadcast live on social media.
Jordan Hill, Tesfaye Cooper, and Brittany and Tanisha Covington have been charged with hate crime and aggravated kidnap, amongst other offences
Two men and two women are in custody in relation to a violent attack on a man with special needs that was live-streamed on Facebook
Four persons of interest in Chicago are questioned by police after a Facebook Live video showed a brutal attack against a bound and gagged teen
Africanews launched its online platform on January 4, 2016 and already, the pan-African media has won two awards.