In a leaked document, the EU makes its objections towards David Cameron's plans to block pornography by default in the UK, clear. The EU offers a different solution, focused more on users' rights.
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Ahead of a major election, the UK government is proposing a 25% tax on technology companies that transfer their profits off-shore in an effort to avoid paying higher local taxes.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that his party will pass a new law allowing all Internet communications to be read by the security services, if he wins the next election.
With the UK government directive on making the internet "family friendly" by the end of the year, some ISPs are stepping up the requirement to opt in or out, by hijacking your browser.
Google's Eric Schmidt announced today in the British press that Google and Microsoft have started blocking over 100.000 searches related to child abuse imagery. The changes will soon roll-out globally