A privacy update means people whose private photos have been posted on Reddit without their consent can have them removed.
Technically Incorrect: If you want to watch porn on your virtual reality headset, go right ahead. At least that's what Oculus' founder appeared to say at a recent tech conference.
A teenage girl in Canada sends naked pictures of her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend to a friend and posts one picture to the victim's Facebook page. She is more or less the same age as the victim, yet is convicted of child pornography.
Technically Incorrect: A Stanford psychologist says that boys' brains are being "digitally rewired" and that online activity is causing the young to have erectile dysfunction.
Web giants agree to modify search algorithms to exclude search terms associated with photos and videos containing sexual abuse of children.
With its new antiharassment policy, the social-networking and news site says it wants to "balance the free expression of ideas with privacy and safety."
Technically Incorrect: In Britain, it seems the judiciary can be injudicious when it comes to using technology at work.
A Florida eighth-grader is charged with a cybercrime after admitting he replaced the background image on the computer with one of two men kissing because he didn't like the teacher.
Technically Incorrect: A leading British psychologist says she's seen an enormous uptick in cases of teen anorexia, depression and cutting and believes in many cases its related to the ubiquity and instant nature of technology.
Following far behind in Apple's footsteps, Google says all apps will now carry age-based content ratings and will undergo scrutiny by Google content reviewers.