Governments the world over are meddling with the free flow of information, requiring constant vigilance by citizens
The Secretary General of the International Telecommunications Union donned a UN peacekeeper’s helmet in Geneva this week and declared: “We will not take over the Internet” – an inauspicious start to say the least
Get ready to move your servers – the EC is looking at the internet as part of its investigation into the ground rules for future broadcasting
There are no easy answers in balancing innovation with the data protection, but as the discussion of the data protection directive begins, it will be important that Britons and Europeans consider risk
Let’s hope lawmakers realise what is really at issue in upcoming conflicts on the Internet and choose the dynamic route
For the first time we can watch Big Brother and there is little he can do about it - we must fight to keep it that way
Freedom and prosperity in other countries must start with freedom online at home. We in the UK simply must practice what we preach
When the state, or even elected representatives themselves seek to define, consolidate and apportion morality, then the public is once again diminished
Default internet filtering across the UK, mandated by Government, is the wrong way to go about protecting our children
In the Road to Serfdom, F. A. Hayek warned us of the danger of tyranny that comes when the government tries to centrally plan a state. Thanks to the CCDP proposals, we are further down that road
This government continues to suffer from poor research, 'fag packet' proposals and a general lack of understanding - we don't want to become like China, and we don't need you to parent our children
Pulling away from the naivety that is gripping the masses, SOPA was textbook lobbying – and it’ll work
Freedom online is in peril, and that means economic growth, innovation, and prosperity are in at the deep-end too
The London Cyberspace Conference was yet another at which we did a lot of talking. What we should really be focusing on is doing; creating growth and jobs.
With a perfect storm of security, child protection and sexualisation and copyright enforcement we may be sleepwalking into the end of freedom online as we know it.
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