By Darren Boyle 04 December 9:33
Attorney General Dominic Grieve will issue social media users advisories during controversial court cases to help prevent future contempt issues.
By Darren Boyle 28 November 12:14
Peaches Geldof is under police investigation after breaking a court order by naming two women who allowed their babies to be abused by paedophile singer Ian Watkins.
By Darren Boyle 28 November 9:49
A website has apologised to a singer after using his photograph to illustrate the story of a convicted paedophile with the same name.
By Darren Boyle 26 November 9:25
More than one in five people never pick up a national newspaper to read news, a new survey has shown.
By Press Gazette 17 November 7:30
The Sun is creating a six-strong team of "social media managers" to "work 24/7 to deliver The Sun's message in a joined-up way".
By Darren Boyle 15 November 12:11
A blogger who secured more than £6,000 in funding from donors on the internet to live-tweet the hacking trial is planning a book on the affair.
By Darren Boyle 13 November 11:12
An ITV journalist has been racially abused online because she did not wear a poppy on-air during the run up to Remembrance Sunday.
By Press Association 22 October 12:47
Sally Bercow must tweet her apology to Lord McAlpine as a condition of rejoining the social media site.
Guardian retracts article about computer game rape-threats based on anonymous comment filed by made-up personBy Dominic Ponsford 21 October 15:24
A cautionary tale from The Guardian which based a blog post detailing rape and death threats made by online computer gamers on a pseudonymous comment which turned out to have been left by a made-up person.
By Darren Boyle 17 October 9:31
A digital editor at Trinity Mirror has revealed how titles in Wales have moved from being "99 per cent" focused on print.
A UKIP spin doctor described an Evening Standard journalist as being “of some form of ethnic extraction” in a text message sent to the wrong person.
By George Brock 26 September 17:33
Creative destruction is no fun if it is your livelihood or beloved newspaper that is being destroyed.
By William Turvill 11 September 10:19
Ian Katz appeared to issue another apology to MP Rachel Reeves last night by conceding a “#fail” under his name in the final credits of Newsnight.
By Gavriel Hollander 30 August 12:44
The BBC may review its reporters’ use of Twitter after the BBC Trust upheld a complaint about a tweet sent by reporter Wyre Davies from Gaza.
By Gavriel Hollander 28 August 10:09
Hacker group the Syrian Electronic Army “took over” the domain name of Twitter yesterday as it unleashed a series of cyber attacks on news organisations.
Convicted paedophile sent back to jail after Sunday Mirror reveals 'international child abuse network'By Gavriel Hollander 27 August 11:29
The Sunday Mirror has exposed what it has called “an international child abuse network” on Twitter.
By Dominic Ponsford 22 August 11:40
The Huffington Post is planning to ban anonymous comments from next month, founder Arianna Huffington has revealed.
By Gavriel Hollander 22 August 9:07
Journalists’ right to film and tweet from council meetings is set to be enshrined in new guidelines to be issued by the Government.
By PA Mediapoint 19 August 8:42
Lawyers have warned social media users that their tweets could be used as evidence against them.
By Louise Ashwell 12 August 9:59
Technology website The Kernel is set to relaunch under new owners, four months after mounting debts forced its closure.