The powers are set to begin being pushed into law from Wednesday
The site claims that the changes were just to make the policy more readable
Liberal Democrats lead bid to defeat controversial draft Bill in upper house
Early indications of what the Bill contains give genuine cause for alarm - including reviving proposals from the Snooper's Charter
Where is the outrage at the release of photos showing the pop star naked?
The reason that the hoax worked on so many was that it was so believeable
Two privacy hoaxes that have been circulating for years on Facebook resurfaced this week
Identity of swine shrouded in secrecy
The SRF-39FP isn't the most sophisticated piece of kit, but thanks to some unique attributes its a favourite of American prisoners
Judges who make life-changing decisions on behalf of people who lack mental capacity will now routinely have to publish their judgments.
The presenter bravely decided to "break the taboo about abuse" and waive her right to anonymity during an interview with Radio 5 Live
Concerns over internet surveillance in 2013 led to a bumper year for the search engine that does not track its users
A troubling documentaty- not about the masking itself- but about society's obsession with physical perfection and sexual availability
The former Republican said his family is moving on after panelists made jokes about his African American grandson
Class action lawsuit seeks at least $10,000 per user for scanning the content of private Facebook messages and following the enclosed link