Ministers and judges will never succeed in taming the "immensely powerful" internet, the chair of the Commons' culture, media and sport committee has told Politics.co.uk.
The number of parents supporting a default ban on all pornographic websites has jumped, according to new research.
The internet is increasingly being used by would-be terrorists to spread both ideological and operational knowledge. Governments have to find a more effective way to deal with this problem.
The Royal Charter threatens small news websites and blogs. Changes need to be made to prevent an encroachment on a free online press.
This is awkward for both of us. Radicals like Carswell are not accustomed to receiving accolades from the system.
Ministers have ruled out an outright block on internet pornography, saying the measure is impractical and unpopular.
Lord Justice Leveson has spoken out against the "mob rule" which dominates the internet on Twitter and other social networking sites.
What do Lord Justice Leveson's recommendations mean for the online world?
People using Twitter, Facebook or message boards to harass or intimidate other users should be subject to new laws, according to an MP.
Brits will join many of their European counterparts in enjoying much faster mobile internet speeds later this year, after 4G was given the go-ahead to roll out across the UK.
Peers have attacked the government's broadband strategy for creating a "digital divide" between cities and rural areas.
Internet service providers could gather a list of households which access pornographic material, under proposals being put forward by ministers.
Ofcom's code for dealing with persistent illegal file-sharers was published today, to a chorus of criticism from open rights activists and internet service providers.
Labour tried to outmanoeuvre the Conservatives on the issue of pornography today, as it threw its support behind plans to force internet users to 'opt-in' to online sexual content.
All three parties have publicly promised to protect civil liberties. Now is the time to punish them if they don't.
Tory and Liberal Democrat MPs are growing increasingly vocal in their criticism of government plans to expand snooping powers.
Wikipedia's high-profile blackout stunt offers an intriguing possibility for democratic activists waiting to take online protests into the offline world.
We have to take a stand against plans to record all our emails and web activity.
A British organisation is joining Wikipedia, Reddit and other US websites in blacking out its service in protest against an anti-piracy law passing through the US Congress.
Police should be given the power to apply for internet videos glamorising knife crime and gang culture to be removed, a Labour MP has said.
Internet users who want to look at pornography will have to actively 'opt-in' with their service provider, under new plans.