Article 13: UK will not implement EU copyright law
Media giants such as Google have been outspoken opponents of the legislation.
Facebook's Sir Nick Clegg criticised over WhatsApp security
Sir Nick Clegg did not acknowledge WhatsApp security flaws in a BBC interview.
'Porn block' companies seek £3m in damages
Four companies are seeking a judicial review of the decision to scrap age verification plans.
Met Police to deploy facial recognition cameras
Police say the short-term deployments will check watchlists of suspects wanted for serious crimes.
Tinder to add panic button and anti-catfishing tech
The move comes after criticism over the lack of safety features offered by dating apps.
Sonos CEO says speakers will work 'as long as possible'
The company said it was sorry for the confusion caused by plans to stop sending updates to legacy speakers.
Apple says losing Lightning port will create waste
Some members of the European Parliament want all phone-makers to adopt a universal port.
Twitter demands AI company stops 'collecting faces'
Clearview's database is used by more than 600 world law-enforcement agencies to identify suspects.
Killer plague game tops charts amid coronavirus
Strategy game Plague Inc has become the bestselling app in China, eight years after its release.
Swiss hospital drones to take off again
Two crashes prompted an investigation into safety standards, which is now complete.
Amazon battles Microsoft over military cloud
It wants to pause a contract awarded by the Pentagon to Microsoft until a court rules on its appeal.
Could feathers inspire plane wing design and other news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
Deepfake videos: Can you really believe what you see?
With deepfake technology, it is getting easier to turn yourself into somebody else on screen.
Amazon warehouse one of Europe's 'most high-tech buildings'
Robots and people work alongside each other in the internet-giant's latest warehouse in Leicestershire.
Spotify's personalised playlist for pets and other news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the best of the week's technology news.
Smart contact lens: 'It feels seriously sci-fi'
Mojo Vision has revealed its new lens which puts augmented reality in front of your eyes.
Malvern's touchscreen tech secrets now on your radar
Hopes that a new science centre at one of Britain's most secret sites will inspire next generation.
What can you use instead of Google and Facebook?
More and more companies are promising privacy online and an alternative to the big internet firms.
Influencers 'being offered thousands for sex'
One influencer said social media had become "a catalogue" for men to select their next conquest.
Robot tanks: On patrol but not allowed to shoot
Sophisticated unmanned mini-tanks patrol alongside soldiers, but humans still decide when to shoot.
Apple may have to abandon Lightning connector cable
European Parliament members want all tech giants to adopt a single universal charging method.
More precious than gold: Why the metal palladium is soaring
The price of the precious metal palladium has hit a record high of $2,500 an ounce as demand rises.
US officials ground drones over espionage fears
US officials are reviewing a civilian drone programme because of concerns about Chinese infiltration.
Microsoft ends Windows 7 support: What should you do?
The 10-year-old operating system will stop receiving updates from Tuesday.

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