The White House website has undergone a radical overhaul since Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday, with pages devoted to fighting climate change and defending LGBT rights notable…
Microsoft has offered concessions to EU antitrust regulators over its bid for social network LinkedIn.
Along with the Mexican Peso, political correctness and pantsuit sales, the Canadian immigration website was a casualty of Donald Trump’s election win.
Julian Assange says the WikiLeaks documents concern the US election and three governments, but denies they aim to damage Hillary Clinton.
Lithuania’s parliamentary website came under cyber attack on Monday just as a special session of the World Congress of Crimean Tartars was meeting to
In April, Euronews will launch its new Insiders programme. Taking up from our successful Reporter series, the weekly show will uncover the truth
David Cameron has told pornography websites to install restrictions to block children accessing adult videos or risk being shut down. The UK prime
Cédric’s passion for innovation and understanding of consumers’ needs fuels Withings’ fast growth. Armed with an engineering degree from Ecole
LookLive is so simple and attractive an idea that anyone would assume it has always been there. Not so: LookLive are the first and they are going
Sam Toles has recently been appointed vice-president and head of Content Acquisitions and Business Development. He tells us more about
Internet search giant Google is cracking down on porn by banning the adverts that include sexually explicit content which, up until now, have been
Europe is bridging the divide between the digital haves and the have-nots. According to the European Commission, some three million people do not
The FBI has been detailing the activities of the Silk Road website it has shut down following the arrest of its alleged owner. Run as an anonymous
French feminists from the ‘Feminists and Citizens’ group have demanded that a ‘seduction advice’ website be closed. According to their lawyer, the
Hundreds of thousands of attempts to access pornographic websites have been made at the UK’s parliament the House of Commons, new figures
Speaking about email services in a court filing Google has said: “a person has no legitimate expectation of privacy in information he voluntarily
In the wake of a greed-induced global financial meltdown, and more recently, the Cypriot government’s declaration it would be confiscating money
Beijing has unveiled a range of tighter Internet controls to monitor who is using the web. The rules legalise the deletion of posts or pages which
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has criticised the government in Beijing after a parody video he made disappeared from Chinese websites. It is a
With Pair, Family Leaf, Snapchat and so on, the number of social networks is growing all the time. Many of them promise intimacy and confidentiality
Born and raised in the Tuscan countryside, Gianni Gaggiani has retained his links with nature. He became a graphic designer but has created a