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Privacy challenge to Facebook
Ten privacy groups in the US have filed a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission about Facebook's new settings.
'Iranian cyber army' hits Twitter
Micro-blogging service Twitter has been hit by cyber-terrorists claiming to be from Iran.
Iraq rebels 'hack into US drones'
Insurgents in Iraq have hacked into live video feeds from unmanned American drone aircraft, US media reports say.
Online activism gets tactical
Documentary aims to help online activists
UK consumers 'in digital elite'
The UK enjoys better digital communications than most other countries, but not with its broadband, a report says.
YouTube post leads to movie deal
How a producer from a small company in Uruguay caught the eye of Hollywood directors with a YouTube animation.
Digital switch transmits problem
Television viewers in north-west England are still struggling to get local stations after the digital switchover earlier this month.
An attack on Twitter and mapping UK snow
Is Britain the digital champion of the connected world?
PCs enjoy end of year sales boost
Mobile computers helped the PC market recover in the third quarter of 2009, ending almost a year of falling sales.
Community groups win free wi-fi
Youth groups and churches are among winners of a competition to promote wi-fi in remote areas of the UK.
Intel accused of blocking rivals
Intel, the world's biggest chip maker, is being sued by US authorities, accused of anti-competitive measures.
Deal in Microsoft-EU browser war
Microsoft reaches agreement with European Union anti-trust regulators to allow European users a choice of browsers.
Swindon wi-fi service switched on
The first phase of Swindon's free public wireless internet is switched on in the north of the town.
The media and the message
Innovation is the key for papers says Bill Thompson
Susan Boyle tops YouTube moments of 2009
The talent show singer and a child recovering from dental work top the most popular videos on YouTube in 2009.
BBC HD service draws complaints
The BBC has defended the quality of the pictures it broadcast on its high definition service after criticism from viewers.
Microsoft admits blog code theft
Microsoft's Chinese microblogging service is suspended indefinitely after the software giant admits stealing code.
'Christmas baubles' probe Greenland's Ice Sheet
Teletext to close mid-December
The Teletext information service will close across the UK on 16 December 2009,says Channel Islands service Channel TV.