The Australian government has unveiled its plan to force tech giants such as Google and Facebook to pay news outlets for their content.
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Hackers have broken into real news websites and posted fake stories stirring up anti-Nato sentiment, a cyber-security firm has warned.
TikTok has launched a direct attack on Facebook, accusing it of being a "copycat" and trying to end TikTok's presence in the US under the guise of patriotism.
Amazon, Google and Wish have removed neo-Nazi and white-supremacist products being sold on their platforms following an investigation by BBC Click.
Apple has defended the fees it charges developers to sell their digital products via its App Store.
A member of Facebook's new oversight board has warned that it should avoid launching too quickly.
Facebook's "vexing and heartbreaking" decisions are causing significant setbacks for civil rights, an audit commissioned by the company says.
Facebook says it mistakenly let 5,000 developers gather information from people's profiles after a time limit on their rights had expired.
Google will no longer automatically back up images and videos from social media platforms in its photo app.
Small business owners across the United States are confronting the fact that financial help from the federal government, if it comes at all, may not be enough to weather the COVID-19 crisis