PODCAST: Who controls the internet?

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Here is a full podcast of our fringe last night, “Who controls the internet?”

Libel law reform campaigner and former MP Evan Harris, website pioneer Mary Reid, James Blessing of the Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) and Jim Killock of the digital rights champions Open Rights Group debate recent issues about free speech and the internet with chair Mark Pack.

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2 Comments

  • Peter Black@ ‘I thought cats controlled the internet’

    Cats control the world, not just the internet.

    [PS, sadly will not be voting for you in May. I’ll send you an email to explain why not, but you’ll probably have an inkling already if you’ve seen the latest ITV Wales poll.]

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