Internet

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As pressure builds on India’s Narendra Modi, is his government trying to silence its critics?

5 min read
As Indians use hashtags #ModiMadeDisaster and #ModiFailsIndia to place the blame for India’s Covid crisis directly on the Indian government and Modi, the government takes a harder line with any social media content it finds objectionable.

Tim Berners-Lee’s plan to save the internet: Give us back control of our data.

5 min read
The web’s inventor believes the liberation of our data will help redistribute power on the internet.

Has the coronavirus proved a crisis too far for Europe’s far-right outsiders?

5 min read
Incumbent governments are enjoying renewed popularity during the coronavirus pandemic, while far-right challengers get bogged down in conspiracy theories.

Working from home? The UK’s broadband and wifi will be put to the test.

4 min read
Only 3 million UK homes have fibre broadband which will aid their working from home to counter coronavirus spread. But those with copper ADSL or bad connections on mobile 4G may struggle.

We need a full public service internet — State-owned infrastructure is just the start.

4 min read
Public and community-owned websites and apps that value morality over profit could revitalise online culture.

Economics of Labour’s plan to nationalise broadband – £20 billion cost is unrealistic.

5 min read
A breakdown of the infrastructure and operating costs, as well as the market impact of giving free full-fibre broadband to the whole country.

Free broadband: Internet access is now a human right, no matter who pays the bills.

3 min read
Guaranteed internet access is now crucial for everyone to equally exercise their political rights.
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