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+ - So much for Civil Liberties online in the UK... ->

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Ajehals writes "It's "acceptable to shut Twitter and Facebook off for an hour or two"... But Government has "no intention of restricting Internet services"? Governments don't get technology.

At every turn, the coalition has been exposed as having no coherent policy on digital rights. Nothing illustrates this better than its zig-zag course on Internet filtering and website blocking."

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So much for Civil Liberties online in the UK...

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