Law Commission to review current trolling laws
Privacy campaigners droop over government porn ruling
The Government hopes that technology will be a key trade area for the UK after leaving the EU
Office for Product Safety and Standards intended to "enhance the UK's world-leading product safety system"
But pundits are sceptical
Democrats see net neutrality as a key issue in attracting the vote of anyone under 50
Last act of outgoing Chairman Sir Patrick McLoughlin?
The age verification system can be easily bypassed and could push users to extreme sites
Government opens up on the next steps in its 5G strategy for the UK
Officials have no backup plan in the case of a 'no-deal' Brexit
The UK's fibre roll-out strategy: all talk and no action?
Today's Budget will have a huge impact on technology
Derby Council has abandoned legacy technology
Government will put money towards training 8,000 new teachers
Internet freedom? We've heard of it, complain Chinese authorities
Uber's attempt to get its London licence back could take years, says Mayor of London
It's not just Russia - they're all at it, warns Freedom House
Estonia has arrested what it claims is a Russian agent for preparing to commit computer-related crime
Royal Society warns that pupils are being deprived of opportunity to learn computer science
Digital minister Matt Hancock told delegates of the Broadband Stakeholder Group 2017 Conference that Britain is well on its way to becoming a fibre nation
Emerging technologies will boost British manufacturing by billions.
Consumers are confused by current laws, the publication insists
The CBI named artificial intelligence, blockchain and the IoT as examples
Public sector has spent £1.2 million with SMBs on digital services since 2012