The new technologies do not entail a radical reshaping of modes of doing things. A driverless car is still a car. The internet and email may improve the speed of communication but it is not as radical as the advent of telephony
Last Friday's hack didn't just bring down some of the biggest websites online; it also revealed a frightening weakness in the Internet of Things
Hackers are weaponising people's houses and using them to take down important infrastructure
It is time, then, to take a look at the plumbing, to explore the interstices of the internet to identify the weaker links and secure them
IoT is making homes, cars and entire industries smarter, but do all objects, from light bulbs to toothbrushes, really need to be connected? And will consumers pay for the services?
Creating a hashtag to encourage online harassment, or urging others to retweet an 'offensive image' are outlined as unacceptable in the guidelines
The move follows a long legal battle by internet activists
This isn’t a clever marketing stunt for a pet food brand. We want to inspire people to think differently about the world and realise they have the power to change it
The Arnold family was falsely accused of internet scams, harbouring runaways, and producing child pornography for five years
It has changed the lives of millions of people around the world - and today, the web marks 25 years as a publicly available service.
The digital disappearing act follows a week of intense scrutiny of the potential first lady
This weekend an account was spotted sending screenshots of 'blasphemous' tweets to the Dubai police and calling for action, after a 16-year-old girl rewrote a passage of the Quran to include a slang term for vaginas
It'll be the highest-capacity cable in the Atlantic once it's completed at the end of 2017
A court order blocking a fresh batch of streaming sites has just come into effect
Reddit's new image uploader could take traffic away from Imgur
The site has made the first of a run of rumoured changes to the iconic limit