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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Internet Rights

Internet 'Magna Carta' Vote Lauched by British Library

Thousands of young people have taken part in a UK debate about what should be included in a "Magna Carta" for the digital age

BBC News | June 8, 2015

Their most popular priority was safety on the net, followed by protecting freedom of speech and privacy.
The public can now vote online for the clauses they suggested, in a project organised by the British Library.

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