United Kingdom Member of Parliament, Maria Miller, is calling for significant reform of the way social media is regulated in the country. She states that Twitter, Google, Facebook, Instragram and others need to be held to account for the way they are operating within the UK.
UK Member of Parliament, Naz Shah, has been forced to resign from her advisory role for of an Internet posting she made in 2014 where she implied that US support for Israel was so strong that they might as well relocate the Holy Land to North America.
Ramyar Chavoshinejad has been cleared by allegations from Ruth Banks that he stalked her while working for Aberdeen University.
A woman who tried to sue Facebook and Google in January over claims she was defamed on the platforms has lost her legal battle.
A new report published by the Youth Sports Trust has revealed that nearly 25% of children consider playing video games as a form of exercise.
Internet trolling expert, Dzon, a general election candidate in Liverpool Walton has demanded justice for two Northern young people affected by trolling.