Online retailer says it will continue to take a 30% cut if the French publisher gives more to authors in row over ebook sales
The House of Lords has slammed the EU ruling establishing a ‘right to be forgotten’ as ‘wrong in principle’. By Alex Hern
Martin Robbins: We need a better quality debate about the algorithms that rule our online lives
Malcolm Turnbull and George Brandis release a discussion paper calling for ISPs to police online piracy
Plus, Police hijacking piracy ads, testing on the homeless, history of information and surveillance face paint. By Samuel Gibbs and Alex Hern
Reporting second-quarter results, Twitter claims 271 million monthly active users as sales double to $312.2m
Sales continue to fall and streamed playlists dominate. But like vinyl, talk of LP's extinction may be premature
Despite attempts by the National Security Agency to crack the anonymous browser, the US increased state funding through third parties. By Alex Hern
Can the social network convince investors that the future's bright – or is the 'Twitter quitter' becoming a real headache?
We want to see your unlikely memorabilia. Do you own something that makes a giant Tunnock's teacake seem like a sensible purchase?
Prop was auctioned off on official Glasgow 2014 website, attracting 108 bids in just two days before closing. By Stuart Dredge
But with 2m paying subscribers, competition doesn't make Thorsten Schliesche feel like 'the rabbit in front of the snake'. By Stuart Dredge
Erica Buist: In what might be an attempt to lure celebrities off Twitter, Facebook's Mentions app promises to make it easier for 'actors, athletes, musicians and other influencers' to interact with fans
Study with Duke and Stanford Universities aims to revolutionise treatment of disease through the study of healthy people. By Samuel Gibbs