FALL CITY, WASH. -- It was group discussion time at reSTART, a woodsy rehabilitation center about 30 miles outside Seattle. Four residents sat around the living room and talked about their struggles with addiction, anxiously drumming their fingers on their legs and fidgeting with their shoelaces. One young man described dropping out of college to seek treatment for the crippling problem that brought them all here: compulsive Internet use.
The study claims the army of commenters exists to distract other internet users from news critical of the Communist Party
Google believes France's data protection regulator has overstepped its mark, and is appealing its ruling
The addictive live map lets you view broadcasts from all around the world
FindFace has racked up 500,000 users in only two months
The US government survey found almost half of all internet users had cut back on their online activity due to cybersecurity concerns
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There’s an interesting trend in web design these days: Making websites that look, well … bad.
'Personally, the idea of young people preferring to socialise over Facebook rather than down the pub is pretty embarrassing'
The strange legal quirk has its roots in copyright law and DVD piracy
The new feature is now available in the developer version of the Opera browser
The firm hosts 1.7 million websites – many of which have been knocked offline since the weekend
The program is suprisingly good at captioning pictures - most of the time
‘I feel sorry to say that your company is now essentially dead,’ one person on a coding forum advised Marco Marsala
'Hopefully by now you have adjusted well enough to life without the old man'