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European Union institutions are piling pressure on Google to change the way it operates its business and applies EU rules.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is picking up a needle to help create a huge embroidery version of the on-line encyclopaedia's page about the Magna Carta to mark the 800th anniversary of the famous document.
Records of hundreds of thousands of people sent to Victorian lunatic asylums are being published online, ranging from a man who tried to assassinate Queen Victoria, to a woman who stole two blankets.
The computer gaming industry has been urged to promote tolerance and inclusiveness in its games in an effort to curb homophobia and bigotry.
The true story of how World War One ripped the heart out of one of Scotland's greatest football teams has inspired a new online BBC drama.
Take That have done a deal with Google's streaming service for their new album - which will not be available on rival Spotify until the new year.
People use their mobile phones more at home than anywhere else, with 95% saying they would not struggle without a landline, according to survey.
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