The FBI and Apple have announced they are both investigating the apparent hacking of iCloud which lead to a massive leak of personal photos of 101 female celebrities.
Stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna and Winona Ryder were named in a list posted on the 4Chan forum, claiming to link to compromising photos they had taken in private.
The FBI said it was "aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high profile individuals, and is addressing the matter."
The brother of five-year-old Ashya King has hit out at his parents' arrest and accused the Spanish police of treating the whole family "like criminals".
Ashya, who is undergoing treatment for a brain tumour, is being looked after at a hospital in Malaga while his parents are nearly 300 miles away, in a Madrid prison.
Naveed King spoke to ITV News via Skype and said:
It is kind of like treating poor Ashya also as a criminal. For my parents not being able to see him, and they treated all our family as criminals because they are not allowing us to go and see him.
For us, we have attempted to go and see him - not personally, but my older brother has and he has been denied entry.
Are hospitals making a profit from the vulnerable with high car-parking charges? MPs will discuss the issue in Commons.
The car parks raked in up to £4 million pounds last year for one trust. Jeremy Hunt wants chronically ill patients to be given free or cheap hospital parking, while patients with disabilities, those with frequent appointments and hospital staff will also benefit. Hunt now says hospital trusts are responsible for privately-contracted firms.
What do you think? Is it a vital source of revenue, or should hospital car parking charges be scrapped altogether?
Kelly Brook has sparked controversy with extracts from her new book revealing she violently abused two former boyfriends - Jason Statham and Danny Cipriani. She claimed she punched them both in the face when they seemed to flirt with other girls.
Abuse support charities say it is irresponsible and that if a man had boasted about the same things there would be a huge outcry.
The parents of five-year-old Ashya King, who was taken out of hospital against medical advice, face being extradited to the UK after being arrested in Spain.
Police are facing criticism for the way they have been treated. He is now in a stable condition in a hospital in Malaga. His father has revealed he wanted him to be treated with proton therapy which is not available in the UK. Questions are also being raised over the extradition procedure facing the parents.
Ros Barnes, whose son Alex had proton beam treatment in the US after getting a brain tumour, tells how it was difficult to persuade doctors to get him the specialist treatment he needed and how she would have runaway like Brett and Naghemeh King with her son.
Do you think his parents have been treated fairly? And would you ignore doctors' advice if you thought you knew better?
David Cameron is expected to announce tougher anti-terror measures after the UK's terror threat has been upgraded from "substantial" to "severe".
Reports suggest British-born jihadis fighting for Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (IS) could lose their passports.
However, there is concern among some MPs that measures such as barring individuals returning to their home state could break international law.
Security expert Dr Sally Leivesley tells Good Morning Britain how we can all be more careful and aware.
A slew of A-listers, from Kim Kardashian to Kate Upton, have reportedly been hacked and had private photos of them published online.
An anonymous hacker published a list of 101 female celebrities he claimed to have nude or compromising photos of and has threatened to publish more.
A spokesperson for the Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, who the hacker claims to have explicit footage of, released the following statement to Buzzfeed:
This is a flagrant violation of privacy. The authorities have been contacted and will prosecute anyone who posts the stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence.