Loren Gray tells Radio 1 Newsbeat making videos helped her heal after being sexually assaulted.
The US Defense Department has compiled a list of 20 firms it says are backed by Chinese military.
The children, one of whom was 20 days old, were allegedly being sold for between $2,000 and $2,500.
Once a huge camera-maker, it is looking to carve off that part of its business and focus elsewhere.
Search and location histories will be wiped after 18 months by default - but for new accounts only.
The CMA says the Amazon-Deliveroo deal will not adversely affect customers.
A university that says it can scan faces to predict if someone is a criminal has come under fire.
The first crewless boat is now ready for a trial alongside a Royal Navy warship later this year.
The streaming site says it takes accusations of sexual harassment seriously.
The self-balancing vehicle was launched 19 years ago with the aim of revolutionising personal transport.
Scientists are investigating a possible link between internet search terms and medical problems.
The Stop Hate For Profit campaign is calling on the tech giant to take tougher action against racist content.
Coronavirus will leave a digital legacy as UK finds solace online, says Ofcom.
Didi Chuxing plans to have the self-driving vehicles operational by 2030.
The social media firm says personal information of business advertisers' clients may be affected.
The move follows a BBC investigation into items looted in Syria and Iraq being sold on Facebook.
The regulator's chief speaks to MPs about how Ofcom might regulate Facebook, Twitter and Google.
Colin Huang prospered after leaving US company, thanks to his e-commerce business, Pinduoduo.
The tech giant will approve bug fixes to disputed apps and let developers appeal against its rulings.
The newly crowned Fugaku system is analysing droplet spread in offices and public transport.