David Cameron attempted to remark upon the work of fellow Conservative Iain Duncan Smith. Hilarity ensued.
Thirty-seven percent of Britons support having ISPs block pornographic websites by default.
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The potential new law would require citizens to prove in court that they “suffered serious harm” in order to sue for online defamation.
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A proposal by David Cameron to block social-network communication during times of unrest draws instant criticism online.