Does humanity have enough common ground to support truly global tech companies? Are there countries where Angry Birds just simply wouldn't fly?
Getting around the "right to be forgotten" is not hard, and if the reaction to Google's removal of articles from its search results is anything to go by, the law may even have the opposite effect...
We live much of our lives in the digital sphere in Britain in 2014, from dating to food shopping. But art?
From Terminator to the Turing test, a timeline of the most significant developments in artificial intelligence (plus some pretty cool, and prescient, sci-fi books and films).
Apple is teaming up with privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo to offer an alternative to internet giant Google.
Google introduces a new form allowing people in Europe to request that information about them on the web is removed from search results.
An individual's "right to be forgotten" is backed by the EU high court, which rules that Google must remove data from its search listings if asked, leaving lawyers, tech firms and Google reeling.