Interim guidelines set out to stop slew of legal action being taken against people posting unpopular online comments
Users of free picture sharing service shocked at policy change that allow Instagram to sell usernames, photos and likeness to advertisers
Rejects pleas to force ISPs to force customers to 'opt-in' by default to adult content
Human Rights Committee says proposed changes could force websites to delete legitimate comment in order to protect themselves
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Cyber criminals created botnet from 11m infected PCs to send out phishing attacks
Deputy prime minister says there has to be "fundamental rethink" of what is included in draft Communications Bill
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Court of Appeal judges seem sympathetic to porn distributor's legal argument
Porn distributor says it should be allowed to act on behalf of other copyright claimants as matter of 'justice'
The threat of jurors using the internet to research the case they are trying has led to calls for a reform of the Contempt of Court Act
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Court of appeal upholds ruling that the RFU can pursue fans who it said breached its terms and conditions
The retailer is not breaching UK consumer law, but its returns policy is misleading
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