Porn and piracy: the downside of digital revolution (14 Jul 2005)
A report by the Institute for Public Policy Research says political and ethical considerations have been sidelined by a fixation with technological benchmarks, such as the aggressive roll-out of high-speed internet services. "We have been trying to get this infrastructure in the ground, on our desks and in our schools and homes, but we didn't think too long and hard about why we wanted to do it," says William Davies, author of the report.
Article URL: http://www.guardian.co.uk/online/news/0,12597,1528176,00.html
Read 63 more articles from guardian.co.uk sorted by
Next Article: The age of sousveillance