It's 15 years since three former PayPal employees first registered the web address youtube.com. Now over a billion hours of video are watched there every day. We look back at a decade and a half of one of the world's most visited websites.
Researchers still know relatively little about far-right lone wolf terrorists. But many, it seems, become radicalized online.
A DW employee discovered that Google is indexing invite links to WhatsApp group chats. This means with a simple search anyone can discover and join these groups including ones the administrator may want to keep private.
The Pakistani government has passed a new set of laws it says targets "terrorism and fake news" on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Critics say the rules open the door to mass censorship.
We know our digital devices are logging our every move, yet we still trust in Apple, Facebook and Android. What if we "unGoogled" ourselves and took back control of our data? Two startups hope we will do just that.
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