technology

To argue for controls over the internet may not be cool, but Martin Kettle argues that it's right.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 27 may 2011

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This article titled “To argue for controls over the internet may not be cool, but it’s right” was written by Martin Kettle, for The Guardian on Thursday 26th May 2011 19.41 UTC

Depending on how you see these things, you can argue that the prominence of a subject like global regulation of the internet on the agenda for the G8 leaders this week is proof of the Deauville summit‘s compelling importance. Or alternatively, that it testifies to its abject irrelevance.

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