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File-sharing crackdowns from lawyers and police

Piracy is once again in spotlight as rights holders threaten legal action for illegal streaming.

OpenSea admits insider trading of NFTs it promoted

An employee was accused of buying digital art that would later be promoted on the homepage.

Wikipedia blames pro-China infiltration for bans

The infiltration threatened the "very foundations of Wikipedia", BBC News is told.

Microsoft's passwordless plans lets users switch to app-based login

Microsoft says users can delete all passwords from their accounts and use a different login system.

TikTok faces privacy investigations by EU watchdog

The Irish regulator says it is looking at how TikTok handles children's data - and where it goes.

'Massive' transatlantic data cable landed on beach in Bude

The new 7,000km-long internet cable connecting the UK and US has been brought ashore in Cornwall.

Israel-Palestinian Facebook posts need 'bias' review

One of the recommendations from the Facebook Oversight Board after ruling on one such post.

Apple iPhone risk from powerful motorbike vibrations

Camera performance can "degrade" if attached to high-volume, high-power motorbikes, Apple says.

Epic appeals against Apple App Store ruling

The Fortnite-maker lodges an appeal in its Apple case, two days after the judge's ruling.

'Anti-radiation' phone stickers still sold on Amazon

Eight months ago a BBC investigation reported the smartDOT stickers had "no effect".

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