Attack is believed to be Iran's 'first first significant act of cyberwarfare' on UK
Facebook and Google will be forced to deal with consequences of online trolling
Greedy governments want to get their mitts on more material
But it admits number of attacks 'may be higher' than it record
Some are receiving just three per cent of advertised speeds, says BBC
Parliament says 'no usernames or passwords' have been disclosed to scam callers
'Brute force' attack appears to have been state-sponsored
Important metadata has shared to help UK officers
ORG and the Pirate Party say it's crucial the internet remains free and open
And it has gone down as well as you'd expect
Tories claim that social media companies have been 'laughing in our faces'
Manifesto ironically claims that move will protect consumers from 'abusive behaviour'
Bitdefender believes threat could be part of a high-level cyber-espionage campaign
Move comes as Tories' look rush through the Digital Economy Bill
FISA requests reach highest number since 2011