The German government warned job-seekers on Friday to avoid posting potentially compromising pictures or remarks on social networking sites such as Facebook, citing a study about their use by employers.
Switzerland's data protection watchdog on Friday demanded that Google immediately withdraw the "Street View" facility it has started offering on its map of Switzerland.
Facebook said it is letting celebrities, businesses and others turn status updates into tweets at Twitter
Symantec on Thursday unveiled a list of 100 "worst of the worst" websites, nearly half of which used porn to lure people to pages booby trapped with viruses.
The first US retreat for Internet addicts has opened its doors, welcoming a teenager that was captive to World of Warcraft online role-playing videogame.
Three of Google's largest rivals are joining a coalition to oppose a legal settlement that would give the Internet search leader digital rights to millions of copyrighted books.
Your browser could know exactly where you are in the world and be willing to share it with others if you give it the go-ahead
There's a squirrel popping up all over the Internet.
US media and entertainment giant Time Warner and YouTube announced an agreement Wednesday to show clips from news reports, television shows and movies on the popular video-sharing site.
Microsoft's new search engine Bing posted a slight increase in its share of the US search market in July but remained far behind Google and Yahoo!, online tracking firm comScore said Tuesday.