It is possible to regulate the internet despite its global nature. Yair Cohen interview with AlJazeera

It is possible to regulate the internet despite its global nature. Yair Cohen interview with AlJazeera

People say they feel safer when there is a police presence, such as a local bobby walking the streets. There is a well-established body of evidence showing that the public wants the police to maintain a high level of public visibility and
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    In the discussion about social media platforms as “publishers” of posts by users, it is worth remembering that this is not new law. See for example this case about Google reviews. https://www.smh.com.au/national/google-has-early-win-in-fighting-contempt-charge-over-defamatory-reviews-20190712-p526kc.html

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