MEPs have voted in favour of controversial changes to online copyright across the EU – which are designed to make tech giants more responsible for paying creatives, musicians and news outlets more fairly for their work online.
'Meghan Markle', 'World Cup' and 'Royal Wedding' were among the most searched for terms on Google this year, a new report has revealed.
Gender Justice Specialist Natalie Collins has said hundreds walking out of Google are calling to an end to “pay and opportunity inequality” because pay structures tell women, they “value men more than women”.
After Google unveiled a strict new policy on office romances, Julia said it's not the sort of thing
James Damore says Google used illegal hiring quotas and shamed bosses into complying
The site and its parent company have been heavily criticised over an unwitting role in the spread of offensive content
The family of Sean Copeland and his son Brodie have filed a lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter
Sundar Pichai says he wants girls to know there is a place for them in the technology industry
James Damore sent a document to other Google employees which claimed 'women, on average, have more neuroticism'
The European Commission says Google gave its comparison shopping service an illegal advantage in 13 EEA countries
The Prime Minister has announced a cap to quell the flames surrounding the policy which would have seen elderly people with assets of £100,000 or more pay for their care
The tech company's own protection from viruses made Windows 7, 8.1, 10, and RT computers more vulnerable to attack
A new Burger King advert triggered Google Home devices to read out information about the Whopper burger, however some viewers weren't happy
Three families of victims of the Pulse nightclub massacre have launched a lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter, over the spread of Isis propaganda
Cyber specialist Graeme Batsman insists that artificial intelligence won't be taking over the planet just yet
Former minister Margaret Hodge bemoans lack of action from the UK government
Big Brother Watch research director Daniel Nesbitt outlines the dangers