Archive: Internet

Hannah Smith's death is being blamed by her father on online trolling

Trolls not going away as PM writes to suicide victim's father

David Cameron has told the father of 14-year-old Hannah Smith, who committed suicide two weeks ago, he is "grateful" for having the issue of online bullying raised once again.

  • Jane Fae: As firearms, so the internet. Every barrier put in place has led, to date, to an equal and increasingly sophisticated workaround, leaving the public less – not more protected.

    Comment: Three bad ideas about sex and the internet

    Is David Cameron a complete fool – an ignoramus of the highest degree when it comes to online technology – or a master manipulator, using justifiable fear of child abuse to stir up some quite ridiculous notions around controlling the internet as a whole?

  • David Cameron says households will face an "unavoidable choice" on pornography

    David Cameron's porn speech in full

    Prime minister David Cameron has begun the summer recess with a speech outlining ways in which the government will clampdown on internet pornography. Here's the check-against-delivery version released by Downing Street in full:

  • Critics say Everything Everywhere is being given an unfair boost

    4G finally arrives in the UK

    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 want broadband quality across Britain, not just in the UK's biggest cities

    Broadband strategy criticised

    Peers have attacked the government's broadband strategy for creating a "digital divide" between cities and rural areas.

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