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After Paris Brown was vilified for tweets she sent years earlier, Oscar Quine thought he had better check his own social media history

Paris Brown furore and my Facebook and Twitter social media history: A lot of drink, a lot of fags and some really dodgy photos

After Paris Brown was vilified for tweets she sent years earlier, Oscar Quine thought he had better check his own social media history

Google’s data-gathering technology has sparked privacy fears

Stop your snooping, European regulators tell Google

Privacy watchdogs have united in an unprecedented attack on the way the search giant collects information on its users

Fancy a drink?

Online shopping and drinking – what could poshibly *hic* go wrong?

Do you fancy another one? Go on, just a small one. You don’t have to get up in the morning, after all.

The Sun follows Telegraph in charging readers for website access

The Sun is reportedly following the Telegraph in charging readers for online access.

Manteresting

Manteresting: the Pinterest designed especially for men with pictures of attractive women, log cabins and beer jokes

Does the world really need a place for virtual fist bumps?

Buzzfeed in the UK: are kittens, owls and boy bands the media's future?

The UK launch of BuzzFeed promises more fun fluff that attracts 40 million hits a month. Oscar Williams-Grut reports

The price of fame: what Popbitch did next

The basic, courier-fonted layout is one of the hallmarks of Popbitch. It is both reminiscent of the internet’s earlier days and testament to the argument that content is king.

Websites will be subject to the new regulatory regime for the press thrashed out by politicians.

Q. When is a blog not a blog? A. When it falls under the post-Leveson regime

Then it's a news business subject to the new independent regulator

Under initial proposals by campaigners seeking tighter controls on internet porn, customers would have had to contact their ISP if they wanted the automatic filter switched off

Child pornography is top web concern, but how do you report it?

Around 1.5 million people have stumbled upon child pornography while using the internet, a survey has found. But the study suggested that 40 per cent would not know how to go about reporting it, if they did see it online.

TiVo claims its broadband and TV tie-up gives it an edge over BSkyB

The boss of TiVo, the American company behind Virgin Media’s search-and-recommend TV set-top box, today claimed that BSkyB is struggling to match his technology.

Tumblr blog Jim’ll Paint It posts several artworks created using Microsoft Paint a day

Jim’ll Paint It: The man who drew too much

Tumblr blog of the day (if not the year so far): Jim’ll Paint It. A man, presumably Jim, possibly with a lot of time on his hands, takes commissions for original artworks and posts several a day created using Microsoft Paint.Jim has an eye for the bizarre – and more detail than Paint should allow.

Twitter hackers flip red-faced Burger King into McDonald's

Fast food giant Burger King became the latest company to find its Twitter account hacked by pranksters who posted obscene messages and changed its profile picture to one of McDonald's.

Facebook reveals 'sophisticated' attack by hackers

Facebook has announced it was the target of hackers but that no user information was compromised during the attack.

The anonymity provided by the sites has made them a hotbed for sexual pressure, bullying and abuse

Next generation of social media 'exposing girls to sexual abuse'

Increasingly popular 'question and answer' websites accused of exploiting children

Online shopping links with magazines

An online retailer backed by the former Marks & Spencer boss Sir Stuart Rose has teamed up with the owner of Cosmopolitan magazine to launch new shopping websites.

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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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Morne Hardenberg interview: Cameraman for BBC's upcoming show Shark on filming the ocean's most dangerous predator

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'Queer saint' who bankrolled artworld giants

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Pushkin Prizes brings countries together

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