Nazi forums closed as Reddit purges 'violent co...The site shuts several forums but experts say extremists may find ways of dodging the new policy.
Dell web address swiped by third partyA domain name, used by support software on Dell PCs, was taken over unexpectedly in June.
Porn-makers challenge Patreon's crowdfunding banPatreon's rules now forbid its use to fund pornographic movies or private webcam sessions.
Amazon service will let couriers open front doorsUsers of Amazon Key will need a smart lock and Cloud Cam camera to let couriers open their door.
Tesla solar power arrives in Puerto RicoElon Musk's plan to help restore power in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico begins at a children's hospital.
'Bad Rabbit' ransomware strikes Ukraine and RussiaThe new strain of computer-locking malware has hit Russian media websites and an airport in Ukraine.
TV news 'hack' sees bitcoins swipedA pair of hackers managed to reconstruct a code blurred out on TV and claim $1,000 (£760).
How to 'deep clean' your online activityWhat steps can you take to avoid old online posts coming back to haunt you?
Equifax to be investigated by FCA over data breachThe regulator is making enquiries after data belonging to many thousands of UK customers was lost.
Brexit: MPs quiz Facebook over Russian-linked '...Does Facebook have evidence of paid-for activity by Russian-linked accounts at the time of the re...