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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Open Rights Group considering a complaint.
Following the Lords vote on the Bill.
Doesn't have to stop it, though.
World of Warcraft player on the warpath.
Jim Killock pledges a battle.
We talk to Tom Watson MP about the Digital Economy Act and the tech culture at Parliament.
BT and Talk Talk's appeal against a judge's ruling on the Digital Economy Act has been denied.
The controversial Digital Economy Bill has been passed in a last minute reading in the UK.
The newly announced budget for the UK includes new tax relief efforts for creative industries, like game development.
The Swiss Parliament has passed a proposal to ban acts of violence in videogames.
Boris Johnson, the semi-hilarious mayor of London, has had a change of opinion and decided that games are a good thing now.
The IFPI says that ISPs should take responsiblity for file sharing across their networks, and work to prevent users from infringing copyright across the 'net.
Should the UK government offer more support to games developers? Free Radical thinks so.
The British Board of Film Classification has released a report studying the attitudes of Britains gaming communities
MPs are starting to get in touch with this 'interweb' thing - they want to use YouTube and SMS to get younger opinions.
French legalisation officials have passed a more lenient music DRM law designed to prevent unfair competition in the online music marketplace.
Does the right to privacy trump the public good of catching criminals? A new law makes it illegal to refuse to decode encrypted communications.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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