Met says passing on clip of Isis militant murdering US journalist on social media could lead to proseution under anti-terror laws
Singer joins growing backlash against filming performances, telling fans she wants to 'have contact with you as an audience'
Charles Arthur: David Cameron's effort on age restrictions is limp. Something broader than what he has announced for YouTube is needed
David Cameron announces scheme starting in October 'to help parents protect their children from graphic content'
Thousands log on to transcribe handwritten catalogue dating back to 18th century and put 30,000 ancient objects online
YouTube video creators with millions of subscribers – including Tyler Oakley, Zoella, Sorted Food and Vsauce – explain why they're attending Summer in the City
PM announces pilot to protect children from graphic content, saying rules for online videos should be in line with content bought offline
American author among prizewinners at London ceremony during 72nd World Science Fiction convention
Keli Lee, head of casting, explains how the channel’s annual showcase has found stars such as Lupita Nyong’o. By Lisa Campbell
British company Engineered Arts' creation can hold eye contact with you, perform Singin' in the Rain – and even guess your age
Community participation claimed as first of its kind
Digital music firm announces deal thought to be worth £1m-plus after its share price halved weeks after AIM stockmarket launch. By Mark Sweney
Though hard engineering continues, TfL remains a hotbed of innovation – as it should, considering its history
Success of Beyoncé’s surprise album and piracy prevention are thought to be contributing factors in the business reportedly moving towards a unified worldwide streetdate of Friday
Tamzin Outhwaite says princesses with tiny waists waiting to be rescued by men was not a good role model for her daughters