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According to the Telegraph, the UK government is instituting a code of conduct for public WiFi which would require blocking of pornography to protect kids. I see a couple of problems here. 1) Porn proliferates very quickly, so the blocking is likely to always be behind the curve, and kids are really good at getting […]

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Back in February, British Prime Minister David Cameron gave a speech where he strongly opposed the censorship and crack down on protesters in Egypt. For decades, some have argued that stability required highly controlling regimes, and that reform and openness would put that stability at risk. So, the argument went, countries like Britain faced a […]

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