Internet giant Google is accused of using doing "evil in using smoke and mirrors to avoid paying tax" by MP Margaret Hodge during testy exchanges before the public accounts committee.
Matt Brittin, Google's boss in northern Europe, will be showing a humble face in front of MPs this morning. But it is the taxman who should face the toughest questions.
Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt tells Jon Snow the British government needs to "find a way" to get the economy growing and insists the internet giant pays its taxes "fair and square".
A spam-fighting network and an online hosting company are locked in an online battle which they say is slowing down the internet globally in one of the biggest ever attacks - but is it?
Meet Rebecca Taylor, 27, the Channel 4 News data baby who will help us explore how everything from the news you read to the prices you pay, are a result of your online searches and clicks.
Chancellor George Osborne renews his call for global action to tackle the problem of multinational companies which move their profits around to avoid tax.
Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt's planned trip to North Korea with a former diplomat is branded "unhelpful" by the US government.
This was the year that Euro 2012 dominated Google search but everyone was talking about the Olympics on Twitter.