Harriet Harman, deputy leader the UK Labour Party, has explained her party’s programme for the British Internet. It’s not good. … Read the full post »
The Digital Economy Act 2010 had a controversial passage through Parliament. Here are my posts about it.
The UK music industry’s revenues declined by less than 1% in the last year, a smaller drop than in previous years. … Read the full post »
At the end of last week the regulator Ofcom published a draft of the code to be followed for taking action against online copyright infringement following the passage of the Digital Economy Act.
As Rory Cellan-Jones points out, some aspects of the draft code deal with concerns raised during the passage of the Act. In particular, … Read the full post »
Look out for Nick Clegg’s very strong answer on the Digital Economy Bill question. … Read the full post »
Doing the rounds of online news today has been Nick Clegg’s opposition to the Digital Economy Act. … Read the full post »
Although Labour, with Conservative support, managed to ram through the Digital Economy Bill, that’s not quite the end of the matter as far as votes in Parliament are concerned. … Read the full post »
… the last you thing you want is to be caught red-handed indulging in a bit of, er…, illegal copying online. … Read the full post »
The Liberal Democrat votes (with a few rebels) against the Bill didn’t win the day. Now it’s back to the House of Lords. … Read the full post »
The concept of “wash up” has become subject of greater attention just before the last few general elections, but it’s not nearly as special as descriptions make it sound. … Read the full post »
The ISP TalkTalk (over whose connection I’m writing this) has made an extremely good point about the Digital Economy Bill. … Read the full post »