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The FCC Sets Forth New Net-Neutrality Rules

Open-Internet advocates will forever remember the date February 26th, 2015. On this historic day the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 3-2 to approve the strongest ever rules on Net neutrality. 346 more words

A world of difference... Scriptonite Daily

This is going to be a challenging and difficult blog to write, one that I don’t feel qualified to write, but I feel the need. I may well be wrong on many counts as I lay this out but I believe the central issue is a true one and is in desperate need of an airing. 1,101 more words

Online data fails to make authorities more accountable

On 20 January the BBC marked the 750th anniversary of the first parliament of elected representatives at Westminster. Coined BBC Democracy Day, live broadcasting with discussion and debate on the theme of democracy opened with an interview by the inventor of the web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee. 456 more words


Beauty By Design: The Intersection Of Data And Digital Art

At The Space launch event last summer at the Tate Modern over 150 coders, hackers and digital artists were challenged to take any dataset and turn it into a work of art over the course of 24 hours. 1,552 more words


NEW STAMPS: Inventive Britain

The United Kingdom has a long and rich history as an inventive nation. The Inventive Britain stamp issue celebrates this vital and creative aspect of the national character with eight key inventions of the past century in a range of disciplines and applications, from materials to medicine. 49 more words


TBC 3: Trading Control for Authority

In this series we have been exploring the hypothesis that Transforming the Bay with Christ (TBC) would be most effective if structured as a platform… 1,096 more words