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The search giant had originally claimed that it should be tried in the US

DuckDuckGo hits 1bn annual searches: non-tracking search engine boosted by privacy fears

Concerns over internet surveillance in 2013 led to a bumper year for the search engine that does not track its users

Facebook: autoplaying ads to appear in users’ news feeds

The feature will be tested on a small number of users this week

Twitter hits fresh high as investors cheer new advertising tool

Twitter has climbed to a new all-time high in New York trading as investors welcomed the social network's new targeted advertising tool.

Body in well: Seven men bailed following arrests over corpse discovered by gardeners

Police in Surrey say ‘it is a murder investigation’ as it is apparent the body was placed in well

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Instagram introduces ads, promises they will be beautiful

Advertisements have been long expected to make an appearance on Instagram

James Moore: Rein in Google? You won't find EU watchdogs keying that into a search engine

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Breaking Bad's finale was a critical and commercial success

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Firms paid top dollar to be associated with the final episode of the hit show

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Daniel Pelka child services chief Colin Green resigns new post

The man in charge of children’s services in Coventry at the time four-year-old Daniel Pelka was murdered has resigned from a child protection job at another council.

Facebook apologises over dating ad showing picture of Rehtaeh Parsons after she killed herself

The teen was a victim of cyber-bullying after a picture of her alleged sexual assault was circulated across the internet, her mother has said

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Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball helps Vevo conquer MTV in video views battle

Cyrus' video set a Vevo record attracting 19.3 million views in 24 hours

Small Talk: Profits slump for TalkSport owner UTV after fall in advertising

Profits have slumped more than 40% at TalkSport owner UTV because of an advertising drought as there has been no big football tournament this summer.

Coup for Yahoo as it lures former Channel 5 boss to European arm

Yahoo's chief executive Marissa Mayer last night hired one of Britain's leading commercial television executives, Dawn Airey, to run the internet group's European operations.

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