Editorial: Support from an unexpected ally

The House of Lords science and technology committee has delivered its verdict on the online world with the publication of its report on personal internet safety. While some may find the idea of such an ancient institution pontificating on the information superhighway (as it used to be called) slightly incongruous, there is no doubt that this is a serious and considered report. At more than 600 pages it's also very long.

by Paul Fisher

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