Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has opposed web monitoring rights in the UK.
(image) Facebook experiences a backlash after proposing plans to remove users' rights to vote on privacy policies. (image)
(image) A recent study shows four in every five teenagers hide their internet activity from their parents or guardians.
(image) Half of web users have admitted they are unsure if the online content they view on a day to day basis is legal.
(image) Google has revealed the governments most eager to pursue the information of users online.
(image) Android have been criticised by scientists for providing inadequate privacy settings for its millions of users.
(image) Child safety fears rise as a study finds most five year olds have been online.
(image) Claims social networking site Facebook has unintentionally published private messages from 2009 on user timelines prove unfounded - for now.
(image) Facebook has turned off its auto-tag feature for photos uploaded on the social networking site in Europe following recommendations from privacy regulators.
(image) Microsoft is to release a security update to Internet Explorer today, after "Poison Ivy" malware infiltrates browsers.