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Hacking 'fun' for British teens
Teenagers try to get into each other's online accounts despite knowing it is wrong, according to a new survey.
Spammers survive botnet strikes
A series of strikes against botnets has not dented cyber criminals' appetite for sending spam, say security experts.
Web inventor calls for open data
Countries should be judged on their willingness to open up public data, the inventor of the world wide web tells the BBC.
UK 'can cope with cyber attack'
The UK is "reasonably well placed to cope" with a large scale cyber attack, a report by a group of peers has said.
Net piracy takes 'toll on jobs'
The growth of illegal file-sharing could cost European countries 1.2m jobs and 240bn euros by 2015, an industry report says.
O2 condemns file-sharing letters
The mobile network condemns a law firm for sending letters to alleged illegal downloaders, including its own customers.
Folding plug wins design accolade
An innovative folding plug for UK sockets is named as the overall winner at this year's Brit Insurance Design Awards
After the digital election, is a digital Parliament next?
Google clients seek China plans
Firms in China that sell advertising on Google demand clarity about the internet company's plans in the region.
Mobile application sales explode
The global economy for mobile applications will explode over the next two years into a $17.5bn industry, a study suggests.
Meeting the people living behind the digital divide
Networks blur private and public
Businesses need to think about privacy too, thinks Bill Thompson
Facebook removing stalker apps
Facebook says it is working to take down applications that claim to allow users to see who is viewing their profile.
Broadband plan sent to Congress
US regulators send a national broadband plan to Congress in a bid to lead the world in the provision of super-fast internet.
US plans high-speed net for all
US regulators have unveiled the nation's first plan to give every American super-fast broadband by 2020.
Supersonic car's lift flaw fixed
Engineers designing the world's fastest car believe they now have a solution to stop it flying off the ground.
Twitter embeds itself in the web
Twitter announces its @anywhere technology that will allow websites to embed its services into their web pages.
'Sterile'? 'Evil'? How dangerous is the 'closed' iPhone?
Boom time for cyber crime in US
Profits made by cyber criminals in the US more than doubled during 2009 to more than $500m, a report suggests.
Activists are using the tools of hacking to make their point