09 May 2011

Analysis: Internet democracy sounds the death knell for the judges

We have been brought up to believe that telling lies is wrong – now it appears superinjunctions are telling us that telling the truth is wrong, too.However, the ongoing democratisation of our world through the internet, which basically says “let the community decide what is useful important or even truthful”

UK internet law specialist Yair Cohen writes for The Scotsman

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