Bombarded with belfies? Up to here with status updates? 2013 is the year digital bragging took over the web. We expose the worst offenders
An ill-judged tweet can land you in a whole lot of legal bother, as Peaches Geldof and Sally Bercow know only too well. So the attorney general's new guidelines are essential reading
Company joins Google and Facebook in using 'perfect forward secrecy' to protect data of its 218 million users
Introduction of 'perfect forward secrecy' ensures protection of encrypted data even if another party obtains decryption keys
Automattic sue anti-gay group for allegedly misusing American copyright legislation to censor British journalist. By Alex Hern.
Claire Perry, David Cameron's adviser on child internet safety, says option from internet firms would reduce bullying online
Press freedom group calls for Dieu Cay's release
Twitter is good for you … are you dismissive of tweeting and those who tweet? Think again. By @oliverburkeman
Leo Benedictus: What happens when you discover your Twitter name is more popularly associated with a celebrity or corporation?
Dr Mark Lorch: Three and a half centuries after the first science journal was published, post-publication peer review is shaking up the old system
Grand dame of Hollywood journalism will set up a new venture after a failed effort to make peace with employer Jay Penske
This week's IPO is eagerly awaited, but Twitter must win the battle with those investors who think it is doomed to remain a 'niche' site, writes Juliette Garside
When Brandon Stanton began photographing strangers in New York, he never imagined ending up with a bestseller, says Corinne Jones
Human rights group condemns prison sentence
Anna Holmes turned Jezebel – created as a 'girly Gawker' – into one of the most popular feminist sites. Now she's edited a book to create a permanent legacy