A second alarm bell has run in the E.U. over the U.K.'s plans to give near real-time access to Web traffic data. But it's looking increasingly likely that the plans will fall in line with the E.U.'s demands.
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British broadcaster Sky News, part owned by Rupert Murdoch's media empire, says it hacked into criminals' email accounts to "serve the public interest".
Wikipedia's owner said on Friday it had completed the domain name transition away from Go Daddy after the registrar came out in support of the controversial SOPA bill.
With Apple in its crosshairs, Google is set to announce on Monday a "home entertainment device". But is it just a strategic move to strike out at its closest rival?
The English version of Wikipedia will go offline on Wednesday for 24 hours to protest the SOPA anti-piracy bill.
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Nine out of ten teenagers see bullying, cruelty or anti-social behaviour on Facebook and Twitter.