Internet 'Magna Carta' vote launched by British Library

BBC News, Jun 13, 2015
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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On Monday we'll be able to learn the clauses selected after a nation-wide debate in the U.K. among schoolchildren on a Magna Carta for the internet. It's all part of an advertising campaign for the Magna Carta (which doesn't really need advertising, I would think, but there it is). You can vote now. Right now the leading candidate is "to not let companies pay to control it, and not let governments restrict our right to information." Hey, that would get my vote.

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