Nearly three quarters (72 percent) of children claim they wouldn't participate in cyberbullying, says Symantec.
More than four in five (95 percent) of web users believe Facebook isn't doing enough to protect social networkers against 'likejacking attacks', says Sophos.
Not only will the World Cup dominate our TV screens for the next month, it's also set to dominate our web surfing, says Hitwise.
Privacy International is seeking charges against Google for its recent admission of collecting data from unsecured Wi-Fi networks.
Twitter will roll out a new automatic link shortening service to users later this summer.
Security vendor Sophos has slammed a technology experiment, which saw a British scientist infect himself with a computer virus, as "scaremongering".
A backlash from users and a threatened boycott is apparently prompting the social networking site to rethink its policies.
The Information Commissioner has revealed he will not investigate Google over the recent revelation that its Street View cars have been mistakenly collecting...
A worm which is spread via USB flash drives has been named the biggest security threat to PC users by McAfee.
A new website is aiming to teach social networkers about privacy by allowing web users to search for embarrassing Facebook status updates that can be viewed by...
Microsoft will launch Office 2010, the latest version of its Office productivity suite, to businesses this week.
Nokia has unveiled a free app that allows mobile phone owners to personalise turn-by-turn navigation with their own voice.
TomTom is giving UK drivers the chance to get directions from Star Wars baddie Darth Vader.
Google has made a virtual keyboard available in its search function, ensuring users with English keyboard can search for phrases and keywords in their native...