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Reg Bailey, the government's 'childhood tsar' and CEO of the Mothers' Union

Vloggers increasingly target children with ‘covert advertising’

Calls for tougher sanctions to deter YouTube channels from endorsing products

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BBC forced to remove young entrepreneur quiz from its website

Quiz was criticised for conflating business skills with deceit

HBO Now: UK won’t be getting Game of Thrones studio's app on its Apple TVs

A tie-up with the American network means only US watchers will be able to get access to its shows — though there might be ways around it

Serial was the fastest downloaded podcast in Apple’s iTunes store’s history

Real-life murder mystery Serial leads to a boom in podcast downloads

Five million downloads of real-life crime podcast is good news for the 'spoken-word Spotify'

Resident engineer John Roberts poses as he looks at the millions of newspapers stored on racks at the National Newspaper Archive in Boston Spa. The British Library's brand new National Newspaper Building has officially opened. The newly built storage void holds 60 million newspapers and periodicals spanning more than three centuries

'Digital dark age' could leave historians with no records of the 21st century

Google vice president recommends printing out important pictures, so that they can be preserved for history

Radio 4 Extra aired Serial in December

Serial helps BBC Radio 4 Extra reach record listeners as 6 Music surges

Radio 4’s sister station now attracts 1.72 million weekly listeners

Rona Fairhead said she would not act as a 'cheerleader' for the BBC

BBC should host Twitter debate about its new Charter

New BBC Trust Chair Rona Fairhead wants a democratic charter

Twitter will show paid-for promoted tweets on other websites

Ads compared to embedded tweets, which can be added to any website

Andrew Sullivan announced this week that he had decided to stop blogging

Andrew Sullivan retires: as US writer leaves the fray, has blogging had its day?

The founder of The Daily Dish, has become tired of the stress of daily deadlines

Snapchat Discover introduced to lure news organisations to controversial picture-sharing app

New feature sends out stories from Vice, CNN and others

Is virtual reality the future of news? Documentaries go 360-degrees as three are launched in one day

Team behind the 360-degree news films hope that they can engage a lost news audience, by being more immersive and objective

Scientists have claimed that reading books on an iPad and similar e-readers in the evening may disturb sleep patterns because of the type of light the device emits

App Store subscriptions getting cancelled by Apple's VAT price rise

Feature allows users to subscribe to magazines and other content, but those have  been turned off in the wake of price changes

Louis Tomlinson showed his support for gay Apple CEO Tim Cook on a trip to The X Factor studio in November 2014

One Direction just beat Obama at Twitter: four-year-old Louis Tomlinson tweet races past Obama’s ‘four more years’ post

1D tweet is now the second most retweeted ever on the service

Man creates creepy 'choose your own adventure' story on Twitter

Players and readers can decide what to do by following the mysterious story through Twitter

Workers install a poster reading 'Je suis Charlie' (I am Charlie) on the Palais des Festivals facade in Cannes

Je suis Charlie: French internet authority builds tribute into internet's infrastructure

AFNIC, which controls top-level domains in France, has made it so WHOIS requests return the message

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A report finds that private firms are not being properly assessed for their quality of care
Zac Goldsmith: 'I'll trigger a by-election over Heathrow'

Zac Goldsmith: 'I'll trigger a by-election over Heathrow'

The Tory MP said he did not want to stand again unless his party's manifesto ruled out a third runway. But he's doing so. Watch this space
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