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‘Bullying tactics’ by tech market leaders harms consumers – report

However, the review's lead author stopped short of supporting Senator Elizabeth Warren's plan to split up the tech companies, saying the UK "can do better"

Facebook no longer regards itself as social media

For almost a decade, Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel has been saying that online communication needs to be ephemeral - lasting for a short time - and based on small groups

Predictive algorithms: Hidden revolution taking place in UK’s councils and police...

Councils and police forces are beginning to exploit the vast seams of data at their disposal to target their services with computer models

The controversial tech used to predict problems before they happen

So-called predictive algorithms are being used by councils for everything from traffic management to benefits sanctions

Thousands face incorrect benefit cuts from automated fraud detector

The government-backed London Counter Fraud Hub, developed by BAE, has been hailed a success after being trialled in four boroughs - Camden, Ealing, Croydon and Islington

Social networks to become liable for content on their platforms under...

Sources close to the legislative process have told Sky News that the crucial "red line" is the desire of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to harmonise with EU regulation, leading it to pursue options that do not challenge the basic legal status of online platforms

Are Facebook and Google a threat to a free press?

"There was mismanagement for a long time, especially financially," says Bate, who left a staff job at The Pool to escape the chaos of the women's digital publication, where commissioning editors weren't even given budgets to manage their freelance writers

The journalists at the mercy of the gig economy

"There was mismanagement for a long time, especially financially," says Ms Bate, who left a staff job at The Pool to escape the chaos of the women's digital publication, where commissioning editors were not even given budgets to manage their freelance writers

‘Male impotence’: How tech firms classify what you read

Documents filed today as part of a data protection complaint show the thousands of categories Google and the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), the two organisations which set the rules for the ad industry, use to classify content online

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