Facebook has launched the 'next generation' of online messages but analysts are divided on its potential impact.
YouTube, the video- sharing site owned by Google, is employing additional people to help review content before and after it goes live, following a spate of al-Qaeda videos which it was forced to take down.
CEO effectively hails end of email, calling system 'too slow and formal'.
MySpace has finished being a social network and a direct rival to Facebook, according to its chief executive, Mike Jones.
The gap between technological progress and the law is causing absurdities, says Milo Yiannopoulos.
Britain's surveillance culture has been expanded out of all proportion to any threats we face - and it's getting worse, says Alex Deane, director of Big Brother Watch and former chief of staff to David Cameron.