Comment Neelie (Kroes)
Making speeches talk
[...] And that applies online too. When you go online, you aren't stripped of your fundamental right to privacy. Nor of the responsibility to protect children: horrific crimes like child abuse are no less real for being online.
To protect the reader, children or adult: exactly whose responsibility is it to protect? A legal body, a social body, a family member, a supplier (ISP), a politician this year, a politician in some years time? a foreign organisation - government, a commercial organisation? An important issue is not only freedom and protection in a non wild west, it is who is the sheriff, and how far do you trust her?
alan cocks, 19/04/2012 14:49