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Magic Johnson and Samuel L Jackson mired in migrants controversy
An ironically-worded picture of Samuel L Jackson and Magic Johnson has sparked a row in Italy
UK crackdown on social media hate crime
The Crown Prosecution Service says online hate crime must be dealt with just as seriously as face to face abuse.
Catalonia attacks: World leaders, footballers and Hollywood pay tribute
Less than 24 hours after 14 people were killed and scores were injured when Spain was hit by two terrorist attacks, messages of support for Catalonia came in from across the world.
Game of Thrones episode leaked after Spain gaffe
Another episode of fantasy drama Game of Thrones has been leaked online, fans of the show on Reddit have claimed. But this time it’s not hackers
Why smiley face emojis are not so friendly
Researchers have found that using a smiley face emoji and similar emoticons at the office can have the opposite effect on the recipient, and make the sender seem less competent.
Trump-like inflatable chicken pops up outside Whitehouse
A giant inflatable chicken resembling Donald Trump, has popped up outside the White House as a protest against the U.S. President.
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This website can tell you if hackers have your password
If your password appears on 'Have I Been Pwned', you should change it immediately.
Google fires employee James Damore for 'gender stereotypes' memo
James Damore says he was sacked for claiming that gender imbalance in the tech industry was 'in part due to biological causes'.
Bitcoin worth three times more than gold
Bitcoins are now worth almost three times as much as an ounce of gold after a month of turmoil ending in a 50% rise in value
UK 'cyber-hero' Marcus Hutchins charged in US hacking case
The 23-year-old who was credited with stopping the global WannaCry attack this year was arrested in Las Vegas and charged with involvement with Kronos malware.
Alphabet profits hit by record EU fine
Profits at Google’s parent company Alphabet have been hit following last month’s record fine imposed by the EU. Despite strong growth in the
Protestors march in Moscow over internet censorship regulations
Hundreds of people have marched through central Moscow calling for internet freedom after rules tightened again recently
U.S. shuts down huge dark web marketplace accused of aiding crime
The Dutch National Police, working with the US Drug Enforcement Agency also closed down the Dark Web site, HANSA.
Kaspersky Lab a 'pawn' in US-Russia geopolitical game
The Russian cyber security firm has responded to a US government move to limit its activities.
Shaved panda video turns Yuan Xiao into a celebrity
A video of a giant panda with the hair on his hind legs shaved off recently went viral online in China turning him into an overnight "celebrity", even though the video was shot in 2008.
How social media captured Berlin’s heaviest rain for 60 years
Germany’s capital Berlin has been hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms – in some areas the worst downpours for 60 years. The bad weather left
Global cyber attack hits Australian chocolate factory
A Cadbury chocolate factory has become the first Australian business to be hit by a global cyber attack.
UK, France vow crackdown on online 'extremism'
After both suffering a string of Islamist militant attacks, Britain and France join forces to fight online radicalisation and propaganda.
A Limerick garda (Irish police officer) and one of the city’s Dominican nuns have become an online sensation after a video surfaced of them playing a