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The creator of the World Wide Web has called for an online "Magna Carta" to defend the rights of users. Speaking to the Guardian, Sir Tim Berners-Lee said the web had come under sustained attack from governments and argued new rules were needed to protect the "open, neutral" system.
Downing Street press release The Government will publish today its strategy for securing the best economic and social value for the UK from spectrum – the airwave...
What can I say - music, violins, a robot thespian - this is how I spend all my Sunday nights. It is a huge pleasure to be here and can I say to the Chancellor what...
Consultancy bosses detect surge in interest from firms concerned about Ed Miliband's policy agenda By David Singleton Ed Miliband’s 'cost of living ...
Labour is calling on the Government to stand up for consumers by making switching between mobile providers easier. Consumers facing a cost of living crisis under D...
This year is the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web, and it is truly extraordinary – I think – that it was only such a short time ago that Sir Tim Berners-Lee an...
17/01/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
17/01/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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