Posts Tagged “digital britain”

You want a reason to preserve our Tweets? Because today’s ephemera is tomorrow’s history

by Stephen Tall on April 6, 2013

The news that the six UK’s six copyright libraries, including the British Library and Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries, are “poised to capture and record the digital universe, including the entire web domain in the UK, under new regulations which come into (…)

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LDVideo … Mandy, Clegg and Coulson

by Stephen Tall on November 28, 2009

Welcome to the latest LDVideo instalment, featuring three of the most memorable video clips doing the rounds on the blogosphere.
First up, is a rather catchy little email ditty in honour of Lord Mandelson’s implausible-but-deadly-serious Digital Econmy Bill, courtesy of Dan Bull:

As Dan would wish me to add: If you disapprove of the Bill, sign the […]

Digital Britain: Lib Dems to oppose BBC licence fee top-slicing

by Stephen Tall on June 16, 2009

The Government has just published its Digital Britain report, detailing the UK government’s strategy for broadband and digital content. The Guardian has a quick summary of its conclusions: • Illegal filesharing is “tantamount to theft”, repeat offenders will have their (…)

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