A man who was bullied online after pictures were posted of him dancing has become an unlikely celebrity and flew to Los Angeles for a celebrity anti-bullying fundraiser in his honour.
Convictions for internet "trolls" who target people with abusive or offensive material online increase eight-fold in a decade, official figures reveal.
Kent is "hit" by a 4.2 magnitude earthquake, and the subsequent media explosion is greeted by mockery online.
Twitter users rally to show their support for JK Rowling after she became a target for online abuse in the wake of the election results.
As party leaders head to their local polling stations, millions of people take to Facebook and Twitter to let their friends know they have voted, encouraging others to do the same.
Two young activists have been taking very different approaches to youth engagement at this general election.
Government requests for information on Twitter accounts increase by 40 per cent in the last 6 months of 2014, with Russia sending more than 100 requests.