In the wake of yesterday's alleged hacking attack on Facebook, The Press and Journal's online editor Martin Little looks at the dangers posed to our personal details online.
Social media sites Facebook and Instagram appear to available for UK users again after being down briefly.
A web troll who blackmailed 38 victims online in a bid to make them send him explicit photographs was yesterday jailed for 53 months.
The announcement that, in a bid to attract more women to their companies, Facebook will pay up to $20,000 (around £13,000) to freeze eggs for female employees, while Apple will offer the same perk from January, may sound like a fantastic offer - but is this a scheme that's been properly deliberated?
Facebook stopped working this evening prompting an outpouring of grief across other social media outlets.
A telephone engineer has been fined after he posted a naked picture of a woman on Facebook - because he wanted to get back at her for ignoring him.
Footballers have a reputation for on pitch theatrics, and nobody ever has much sympathy for them.
During the course of the three-day trial, Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard that fitness instructor to the stars Steve Agyei waged a year-long campaign to try to destroy Alexander Hutcheon and his successful business.
Police Scotland are investigating after four north-east children were targeted by internet trolls.
A serial child sex offender who has avoided jail twice for grooming youngsters online has been sentenced to five years in prison for committing 12 new offences.
A sheriff has shown mercy to a young university student who cried rape after she claimed she was blackmailed into making a sex tape.