Google has little presence on the “dark web”, so why is the government pointing the finger at them while cutting back on the one strategy that could work? David Cameron’s recent demand that companies including Google and Microsoft should do more to prevent the trade in child abuse images on the “dark web” exposes a worrying ignorance of how the internet works. Things don’t have to be that way.
It can help to think of Google as working similarly to a fishing trawler – the net gathers...Read Full Story
Aftermath Of CHOGM 2013: Will There Be Justice For The victims?
By G.K. Nathan -November 26, 2013 |
Dr. G. K. Nathan
There were worldwide calls from International human right organizations, human right activists, a large number of media and Tamil diaspora to boycott Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Sri Lanka. The boycott call was in response to the failure of President Rajapaksa to take action for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity that occurred under his...Read Full Story
European migration – In his article in today’s Financial Times, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has again shown that he is unable to think about European matters in the linked-up way that these issues require. Obviously scared of and driven by UKIP and his Eurosceptic backbenchers, Cameron proposes new measures to address migration issues that would in effect introduce two-class EU citizenship and abolish the free movement of people across the EU. Apart from restricting access...Read Full Story