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To Say Or Not To Say.

November 1, 2014 10:00 am0 comments
To Say Or Not To Say.

What we can and cannot say. It changes all the time doesn’t it? You move from one end of the social scale and you can’t say this, but then you’re on the other end and you can’t say that either. The variety of workplaces means there is a further blur […]

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UK Drugs Policy: An Interview With Professor David Nutt.

December 18, 2013 12:15 pm0 comments
UK Drugs Policy: An Interview With Professor David Nutt.

For over fifty years now the UK has been losing a war that should have never been declared in the first place. A war in which countless lives have been turned upside down and thousands of people across the world have had to suffer. A war that not only could […]

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Whose fault is Google’s tax bill?

May 21, 2013 12:00 pm0 comments
Whose fault is Google’s tax bill?

Google is the latest in a long line of companies that are being pariahed for their tax affairs. It’s not just big corporations that are being targeted either. Even the sometimes funny Jimmy Carr isn’t immune from this modern day witch hunt. Whilst most of the newspapers and many MPs […]

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Interview with Maxime Verhagen: Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands

July 21, 2012 11:27 am0 comments
Interview with Maxime Verhagen: Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands

The Netherlands passed a law in 2011 which prevents internet service providers from charging more for certain types of content, effectively making ‘network neutrality’ the norm. The Netherlands is the first country in Europe to enact such legislation and follows the lead of Chile, who enshrined the principle into law […]

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Interview With Mr Lin Junqiang of the Chinese Central Government

July 18, 2012 6:13 pm0 comments
Interview With Mr Lin Junqiang of the Chinese Central Government

As the online commerce market in China is rapidly expanding, businesses and consumers are demanding an update of the country’s complex regulatory framework. A range of decrees, regulations and provincial frameworks are currently in place, regulating issues such as domain names, internet surveillance and monitoring, electronic signatures, telecommunications, online content […]

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The Time(line) Has Come

July 16, 2012 12:58 pm0 comments
The Time(line) Has Come

Facebook’s announcement at the end of 2011 that all of its 800 million users will be forced to use its new Timeline concept within the next few months has caused a lot of controversy since the new year began. Timeline is Facebook’s most radical change since the social network was […]

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