A growing number of advertisers are pulling their business. Google needs to take more responsibility for what appears on its platforms and the same goes for other tech-media companies in Silicon Valley
Marks and Spencer became the latest big name company to remove its ads, following a slew of banks, media organisations and the UK Government
The Google-owned company said that it only hides videos 'that discuss more sensitive issues'
Internet giant facing mounting pressure over continued refusal to accept responsibility for content
'We’re going to expand our minds and exemplify these artistic qualities that we value'
New malware disguised as the popular web browser is targeting internet users
The latest version of the browser will throttle background tabs more aggressively
The company's virtual assistant appears to be at fault, providing unrelated answers to users' questions
The rapid-fire test poses a number of simple options, such as light or dark and warm or cool, but also goes down a more playful route
Misuse of data creates ‘chilling effect on free speech’ and ‘internet blind spots’ are corrupting democracy, British computer scientist says
There is no real evidence that the former President is planning a communist overthrow of the government, and he almost certainly isn't
In popular culture, certain countries are stereotypically associated with certain products — beer in Germany, carpets in Turkey, electronics in Japan.
People searching for pirated content will instead be sent to legitimate ways of getting hold of it
Staff in seasonal positions will be encouraged into permanent ones, taking total UK workforce to more than 24,000
The letter makes a pretty solid case for hiring Chloe Bridgewater
Google has also pulled the YouTube star's reality TV series