Several laws should be rewritten to better protect people's privacy, the constitutional court says.
British Airways is permanently grounding its jumbo jets which are nicknamed "the queen of the skies".
Despite rising unemployment numbers, some sectors are still seeing a demand for new workers.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at the best of the week's technology stories.
But the short-video app says it has seen "low levels" of coronavirus misinformation this year.
Running conferences was a giant business before Covid-19, now the industry is looking for a new direction.
Alan Rusbridger, a member of the oversight board, acknowledged a desire to launch ahead of US vote.
Hackers managed to hijack official accounts of high-profile US figures in an apparent Bitcoin scam.
The company has already added nearly as many subscribers as it did in all of 2019.
Such dealings with Beijing risk undermining the liberal order, the US attorney general says.
Politicians and celebrities have had their accounts hijacked but not, apparently, Benjamin Netanyahu.
It cites the need to strip out Huawei equipment coupled with economic uncertainty as reasons
The UK, US and Canada say state-backed hackers tried to steal coronavirus vaccine research.
The social network may have secured accounts, but it could still face aftershocks from the attack.
The government publishes a report on a leaked document used by Labour at the 2019 election.
Households and businesses in the UK are producing 1.45 million tonnes of electrical waste a year.
Games publisher Ubisoft has revealed plans for its biggest titles for the coming year.
A Facebook privacy case in Europe's top court could have major implications for companies worldwide.
UK government also proposes manufacturers inform buyers how long security updates will be provided for.
Posts have appeared on a number of Twitter accounts requesting transfers in the cryptocurrency.