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Girl, 12, flooded with beauty ads on Instagram
The ads were displayed to the young user despite Instagram's policies saying some should not be shown to her.
US and Russia clash over power grid 'hack attacks'
Russia has countered attempts to hack into its infrastructure, says Kremlin spokesman.
Samsung TVs should be regularly virus-checked, the company says
The technology company tweeted its QLED-branded sets should be scanned once every few weeks.
Porn trolling lawyer jailed for 14 years
A US lawyer who tricked people into paying for films he helped pirate gets a 14-year jail sentence.
Hacker conference speaker axed over abortion views
Protests and a threatened boycott lead the Black Hat hacker conference to axe its keynote speaker.
Instagram to make hacked account recovery easier
The photo platform is testing a new way to get back into hacked accounts.
Huawei smartphone sales hit amid US curbs
The founder of the Chinese telecoms giant says overseas sales of its mobile phones have sunk 40%.
Boris Johnson's full fibre plan needs more detail says industry
Broadband providers say it will take more than money to achieve a "full fibre for all" by 2025 pledge.
Data surveillance powers unlawfully wide, court told
Security services are invading people's privacy by "Hoovering up" communication data, a court hears.
Romance fraud: Woman sent conman £40k despite suspicions
She warned her mother against the online scam - and then fell for it herself, ending up in debt.
Pokemon Sword and Shield: Hands-on with Dynamax power
Chris Fox tests how the new Dynamax power to make the pet monsters huge affects gameplay.
Amazon executive Werner Vogels on the ethics of facial recognition
Amazon executive Werner Vogels tells the BBC's Dave Lee that the firm is can not be held responsible for how its artificial intelligence technology is used.
The robot that understands irony and other news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Amazon’s Alexa boss Dave Limp on privacy concerns
Amazon’s head of Alexa, Dave Limp tells the BBC why his team is researching how to make the voice assistant understand emotion.
E3: Why cloud gaming could create a world without consoles
How internet-streamed video games could benefit players and disrupt the industry.
Why is building so slow and expensive?
Forward-thinking builders are looking at the ways technology can help the construction industry.
Instagram boss Adam Mosseri: 'We can't solve bullying on our own'
The company's boss Adam Mosseri tells Radio 1 Newsbeat he wants Instagram to be "less pressurised".
How a struggling airline went soaring through the cloud
In a "David and Goliath" battle of the skies, the small airline used tech to punch above its weight.
The super-tough drones and robots going where we can't
How do you build unmanned vehicles that can withstand extreme temperatures, pressures and terrains?
How to cope with email overload
It might be inefficient but we still use email, despite the emergence of rival systems.
'#IAmHere': The people trying to make Facebook a nicer place
A huge network of volunteers is fighting hate speech on Facebook using closed groups.
How fish and shrimps could be recruited as underwater spies
Animals have long been used for military purposes, but could marine creatures also act as sensors?