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As I said in the "Voltaire Moment" article I posted here yesterday, the attacks on our collective freedom resulting from Wikileaks need opposing whatever we think of Wikileaks. This Avaaz petition is worth signing as a way to speak out against extrajudicial actions against internet freedom, rather than in support of Wikileaks, and I've signed it. Please consider doing so too.
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There's a delicious irony about the crusty old BCS turning down a petition for debate about their "modernisation" plans (in my view more about connecting with corporate sponsors) becuase the petition was conducted on the internet and not on paper. I hope their new President is suitably embarrassed and will make sure it doesn't happen again (the anachronistic behaviour, I mean, not the squashing of dissent which I sadly anticipate continuing).
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"The Children’s Minister announced on 18 March that, following a positive response to the recent public consultation, she has laid an Order before Parliament to amend the law [the Childcare (Exemptions from Registration) Order 2008] to ensure that all childcare arrangements between friends which are not for monetary payment are exempt from the registration and inspection process." -- A good result from a e-petition, but the ridiculous situation should never have existed or been defended in the first place.
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