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  1. A total of 1.5 billion international Facebook users will not be protected under GDPR.
  2. TalkTalk, Vodafone and BT drew the most complaints for their services, the regulator says.
  3. The odd jobs marketplace has been investigating a "cyber-security incident".
  4. The rapidly changing value of crypto-currency has been turned into a mobile game.
  5. The digital vandalism was spotted by a security researcher and has since been fixed.
  6. Amid a privacy crisis, Facebook asks permission to expand use of facial recognition technology.
  7. The first AI fairytale has been written by an algorithm, a company claims - a taste of future story-telling?
  8. US retailer is admonished by UK ad watchdog for the third time since November.
  9. The Internet Watch Foundation found more than 78,000 website addresses with child abuse images in 2017.
  10. The man fled from Iceland to Sweden on a passenger plane reportedly also carrying the prime minister.
  11. MPs say it is "alarming" plans to improve cyber-security after the Wannacry attack have not been agreed.
  12. TaskRabbit says it is working with law enforcement, and its website is offline.
  13. Russia blocks millions of IP addresses in move to shut down Telegram messaging platform.
  14. Roblox and Fortnite enable players to talk to interact with each other via online chat.
  15. Damages could amount to "billions of dollars", the judge says.
  16. The firm paid $40m (£27m) over claims it employed false ringtones rather than fixing call problems.
  17. Sophisticated bots are doing the hard work of breaking down digital defences, suggests study.
  18. Ex-Cambridge Analytica employee tells MPs that UKIP data was received as part of work for Leave.EU.
  19. Cyber-defence watchdog tells the UK telecoms sector not to use the Chinese firm's equipment.
  20. The students snuck in mobile phones and wore skin-coloured earphones during their exams.
  21. The streaming service now has 125 million subscribers, after adding 7.4 million more in the first quarter.
  22. Russia is seeking to hijack essential internet hardware, US and UK intelligence agencies allege.
  23. White nationalist Richard Spencer's three Facebook pages are blocked on a permanent basis.
  24. Artificial intelligence must never be given powers to hurt or deceive people. a parliamentary report says.
  25. Chairman Tim Martin condemns trolling and says limiting social media use would be better for society.
  26. What Remains of Edith Finch scores an upset by beating Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice at the Baftas.
  27. Nintendo's Shinya Takahashi says he is "very happy" with the company's success at the Baftas.
  28. Making a video game about mental health was worth the risk, says its creator.
  29. The award-winning games designer says many of his classics became unplayable on modern machines.
  30. It's like 'falling down the rabbit hole of endless what ifs' says one sufferer in a candid online debate