Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Anti-Digital Economy Bill: cabal of major parties to push it through

Tweeting while watching the disgraceful 'wash up' Second Reading debate - there will be a mass vote-through stitch-up of amendments tomorrow, after the Election was called this morning. Its an absolute insult to parliament, to Internet users, and to democracy.
Austin Mitchell MP describes Lords scrutiny as 'Peer-to-vested-interest' - very nice. He also has quoted at length this wonderful post titled 'Imbeciles'. One of the few honest men in Parliament.
I should add for overseas readers that this Bill is not just anti-digital economy, but very obviously anti-net neutrality as well as against basic rights.

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