Tag Archive for Internet

Free Speech In The Age Of The Internet

Not too long ago, the internet used to be a very free space. It seemed out of reach from governments, and was almost entirely unregulated. Users felt free to publish almost anything they liked, and they could do so anonymously. The internet, therefore, was a hope for everyone with non-mainstream opinions that their voices could…

Building Galt’s Gulch

Astonished. That was the overwhelming thought I was left with after listening to a 73 minute podcast between the brash, sexually liberated, libertarian American, ‘King of the Nerds’, Brian Sovryn and a mild mannered, boat loving, free thinking futurist and software engineer from Scotland named David Irvine. The latter has spent the last 8 years…

When rights collide?

One of the angles not covered in the Old Holborn fall out is that of privacy. For the uninitiated, firstly where have you been? And secondly the story is roughly as follows: Opinionated anonymous tweeter and blogger says some things that some people in Liverpool find highly offensive; People in Liverpool do some research and…

Do you know about SOPA?

As many Libertarians work in web many of you should already know about SOPA, and the potential impact it may have on the internet. If you don’t please head over to the WordPress blog… Using WordPress to blog, to publish, to communicate things online that once upon a time would have been relegated to an…