Melinda Fawver
On by Max Smolaks 5

Blocks access in Egypt and Lybia, but maintains that “Innocence of Muslims” doesn’t violate the site’s policies

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Twitter ban
On by Tom Jowitt 2

The boss of Twitter has promised to clampdown on the 'horrific' problem of online trolling, bullying and abuse

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On by Max Smolaks 0

Google Transparency Report paints a worrying picture

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NeverSeconds 2
On by Steve McCaskill 0

Nine year old Martha Payne will continue to be able to post pictures of her school meals after outrage

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On by Max Smolaks 13

BT customers were unable to acess Black Triangle's website for six months

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Iran Stars top
On by Matthew Broersma 0

Local banks, insurance companies and telecommunications firms have been ordered to use Iran-based email and web providers

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On by Max Smolaks 0

Report uncovers over-blocking of mobile Internet

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One third of new TalkTalk customers opt for censorship, 80 percent approve of the offer

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On by Matthew Broersma 0

The Netherlands has become the first country in Europe, and the second in the world after Chile, to institute net neutrality provisions

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David Cameron is to meet with ISPs following an inquiry that recommended introducing stringent measures to block adult content

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