Blaise Deacon explained the shocking moment a woman attempted to take her daughter from her arms.
But combination of celebrity endorsements and slick, shareable videos helped Labour win online campaign battle
Goldman Sachs reported on Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Alphabet last week, comparing the situation now with the tech bubble that peaked at the beginning of 2000
The idea of extensive data-sharing between large companies and government agencies is hugely concerning
Proposals for a faster and less cumbersome process of obtaining information like this has been met by fierce criticism because of fears that customers’ privacy might become compromised
Both individual users and the world's biggest news publishers have been hit by the problem
Vodafone will implement its new policy using a 'whitelist-based' approach, where it will earmark media outlets that it is willing to advertise on
The former Home Secretary should look closer to home
'Religion should not dictate what is allowed and what is forbidden to say publicly,' says Danish MP
Labour accuses the Tories of 'smears, innuendo and fake news' after attack video is watched millions of times online
Instagram and Snapchat are now the first ports of call for most people looking to share pictures
Tim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, which last month became the first ever US company to be valued at over $800bn, tweeted that the US President’s decision was 'wrong for our planet'
The social media site says it wants to make it easier for people to track down information about political parties’ manifestos
Facebook CEO's recommended reading list
Facebook reportedly issued a statement over the weekend explaining why the law 'is not suitable to combat hate speech and false news'
Few people on earth are as successful as Mark Zuckerberg.