Tim Berners-Lee calls for online Magna Carta as web turns 25

One-Minute Read Wed 12 Mar, AT 10:24

Inventor of the World Wide Web says it's time to create an online bill of rights to defend freedom and privacy

Free to call a police horse gay: Section 5 reformed at last

First Reaction Tue 15 Jan, AT 12:42

Removal of controversial 'insult' clause from Public Order Act is a victory for campaigners

Twitter

Twitter trolls: CPS to rethink rules on social media abuse

First Post Thu 20 Sep, AT 15:27

No charges over homophobic Tom Daley tweet, as Keir Starmer raises bar for criminal prosecution

Twitter, justice, High Court

Injunctions break every rule of good law-making

Wed 25 May, AT 10:11 Richard Ehrman

Judges have created unworkable privacy law - Cameron has reason to be cross

Twitter

Can Twitter users breaking injunctions be prosecuted?

News Tue 10 May, AT 13:20

Lawyers suggest the average Twitter user is safe from legal action after the apparent breach of celebrity gagging orders

Facebook Mark Zuckerberg

Could Facebook censor itself to crack China?

News Thu 21 Apr, AT 16:23

‘Maybe we will block content in some countries’ says lobbyist as Obama drops in on Facebook HQ

Westboro Baptist Church

Westboro Baptists taunt families after court win

News Thu 3 Mar, AT 13:30

Extremists to ‘quadruple’ pickets of soldiers’ funerals after their right to ‘free speech’ is upheld

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