Images published online can be ripped off in seconds. So what can organisations do to protect their intellectual property, asks SmartFrame's Patrick Krupa
New laws aimed squarely at Facebook, Twitter and Google
Google+ was launched in 2011 but failed to attract a sizable or active user base compared to Facebook and Twitter
The stable genius' highlights of 2018
Musk tweets his way back into trouble over the weekend
Microsoft working on a fix to the verified security flaw
The 'evidence' that Google is suppressing news comes from analysis by a single reporter
Musk claims Tesla buy-out is almost ready, but that "a final decision has not yet been made"
143,000 apps suspended in Q2; developers must now register to use APIs
Tech giants collaborate to reduce lock-in - yes you read that right
Twitter claims Kaspersky's business model 'inherently conflicts with acceptable Twitter Ads business practice'
Has social media killed reasoned debate? And, if so, how do we re-inject civility back into public discourse, asks Peter Cochrane
OnePlus CEO Carl Pei says company plans to shift upmarket as he slams OnePlus X2 rumours
Dorsey promises "more aggressive stance" on rules and enforcement
Twitter proposes to double the nonsense per tweet
British Airways rejects claims that cost-cutting India outsourcing was to blame for bank holiday weekend 'global IT outage'
BA blames power surge and failure to restore from back-ups for weekend of travel chaos at Gatwick and Heathrow
Web giants to be told by the EU to play fair with small businesses
European authorities demand that more be done by social media giants to tackle fraud, scams and unsuitable content on their networks
Finger of blame pointed at Twitter app Twitter Counter
Neither Twitter, not Snap, look like they will successfully 'cross the chasm' like Facebook did five years ago
All the past week or two's best tech tweets (or thereabouts) stolen to order
All the past week or two's best tech tweets stolen to order
Twitter divests itself of one of its 53 acquisitions
The same government that brought you the Snoopers' Charter now wants to control the press - all of it
If you don't support the IP Act, why support what amounts to press censorship from the same people?