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Could you spot a bogus Airbnb listing among the genuine ones?

A British family lost £4,100 when their Airbnb villa in Sicily, booked for this week, turned out to be fake.

Asos app allows shoppers to snap up fashion

Customers upload photo from magazine or social media and retailer finds a selection of similar styles to buy instantly

News Media Alliance targets Facebook and Google in fight against fake news

Alliance of 2,000 organizations says the two companies’ dominance in online advertising and traffic has created an unsustainable future for journalism

Your Ultimate Guide to Smart and Successful Business Branding

Building a great brand doesn’t happen overnight.

Facebook Publishing: Are 3rd Party tools penalised?

Should we all be clambering to only use Facebook’s native scheduling tool or are 3rd party tools just as effective when it comes to Facebook publishing?

Internet regulation: is it time to rein in the tech giants?

Fake news and Isis propaganda have raised concern about the power of the web. But with cyberspace controlled by a handful of giant firms, can governments ever hope to curb them – and is that even desirable?

Are cryptocurrencies about to go mainstream?

Experts call for caution about digital currencies, such as bitcoin and Ethereum, but financial firms are considering adopting them or even establishing their own

Should Perth businesses be outsourcing in 2017?

No business owner wants to put their corporate passion at risk, but even the best of us can’t take on everything within a company either.

Facebook can track your browsing even after you’ve logged out, judge says

Judge dismisses lawsuit accusing Facebook of tracking users’ activity, saying responsibility was on plaintiffs to keep browsing history private

Ransomware attack ‘not designed to make money’, researchers claim

Digital security researchers say malware attack that spread from Ukraine appeared to be focused on damaging IT systems

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