They’re not what the Bill’s opponents are focusing upon.
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Do we really want to live in a country in which politicians decide the terms of doing business after the fact?
The Government is right to dismiss 38 Degrees’ attempt to spam it with BBC feedback, but better rules could sideline such efforts permanently.
Carswell and I predicted that the internet would finish off top-down politics, but I still find it weird when it actually happens.
It doesn’t take much of an imagination to see the opportunities the scheme offers to hostile powers.
The Home Secretary was speaking on the Marr Show this morning.
From moralising hackers online to ‘Sharia patrols’ on London streets, we should not tolerate extra-legal ethical coercion in any form.
Has easy access to unlimited information brought about a new renaissance, a cultural flowering the like of which the world has never seen?
Policy development is now entirely subordinate to political communications and thus in thrall to the 24 hour news cycle.
“Access to online pornography is having a damaging impact on how children view sex and relationships.”
Digital technology offers the chance to reform the state, as well as politics.
Don’t be taken in by the Twitter shouting match.
Renate Samson: Big Brother Watch is five years old – what does the next five years hold for our privacy?
In a few years’ time, mobile phones and computers will seem old hat – and the threats to our liberties will be multiplied.
Not only would the proposal be hugely damaging to our economy and reputation, technical realities make it impossible to implement.
Under this Government, rural Britain is getting a fair deal once more.