The platforms will also have to strengthen their oversight over all published information, deleting all illegal content while also alerting authorities to the postings.
Turkish Statistical Institute releases results of April survey on Internet usage
South and central Somalia have been without Internet access since June 25
Sites blocked due to their content or sensitivity, among them Facebook and Twitter, cannot be accessed in China without special software that allows users to bypass the strict controls
'eXPhone' app will allow passengers to benefit from uninterrupted connection during flights
Critics slam company after claims it allowed NSA to scan all users’ emails
The Obama administration will relinquish control of the internet’s “address book” to a California-based nonprofit organisation
Terrorist group reportedly fears communication between local residents, Iraqi security forces
Communist Party of China decides deputy, regarded as key ally of president, to replace Lu Wei
New project uses satellites to bring Internet access to large parts of continent
Rights group says powers granting intelligence agents access to people's phones and internet communications will 'create suspicion'.
Fears brewing in financial hub that further moves by government to censor content could scare foreign SME away.
Trip to focus on economy and security with David Cameron to meet Barack Obama.
North Korea experienced Internet problems last weekend and a complete outage of nearly nine hours before links were largely restored on Tuesday.
#ICantBreathe and #IAmMikeBrown are the two top trending social media hashtags of the year.
The report said the malware overrides data on hard drives of computers and can make them inoperable and shut down networks.
The case follows a sharp increase in arrests and prison terms for government critics in the past few years
The European Union's privacy watchdogs agreed on a set of guidelines to help them implement a ruling from Europe's supreme court that gives people the right to ask search engines to remove personal information
Iraq bars private companies from owning fixed networks transiting domestic data and anything they build is usually seized by the government.
The presidential library statement said that 50,000 books and archive documents from 27 libraries around Russia had already been handed over for the process of establishing the "alternative Wikipedia".
People at risk of ailments from brain tumors to exhaustion amid 'insane' radiation levels, say Scandinavian experts