Tag Archives: speech

Recommended reading, 7-13 February 2013

News, blog posts, etc European Commission, ‘EU Cybersecurity plan to protect open internet and online freedom and opportunity‘ (press release, 7 February 2013).  Marking the release of a new strategy and proposed Directive (download both of them here) on this topic.  The interesting bit about this is how it’s framed – legally speaking it’s an… Read More »

Recommended reading, 17-23 January 2013

Action! Hacked Off would like your comments on its draft Leveson Bill.  Read all about it at this post on Inforrm. Comments by 15 February 2013.  It would be wonderful to see more of this type of engagement on the part of civil society organisations. Academic publications Matthias Kettemann, ‘The UN Human Rights Council Resolution… Read More »

Recommended reading, 10-16 January 2013

Well, the first thing with a new series is for it to happen more than once. Here are this week’s recommendations. Two lists, one for academic journals/conferences and another for blogs, newspapers and similar. Action! The BBC Trust is reviewing BBC Online (and BBC Red Button). Questionnaire or online form. Closes 24 January 2013. All the… Read More »

Early thoughts on Leveson 1 of 4 – Regulation

This is one of a series of responses to the publication of the report of the Leveson Inquiry.  For an introduction, and links to other posts, see here.  Sorry, this is the longest one.  I hope it’s worth it. Much commentary in the lead-up to the publication of the report was on what sort of… Read More »