Peter Bazalgette has written a thoughtful piece about privacy and social networking sites, so for once I will dispense with the usual toilet jokes. I do think he’s got it slightly wrong however. Firstly, attitudes amongst young people and those websites. I have to admit, I’m amazed at the number of people who are quite… Continue reading Peter Bazalgette on Privacy: a poacher turned game-keeper?
Via Iain Dale, I come across Tom Watson‘s spirited defence of his decision to back the Freedom from Information (none of your fucking business) Bill. Apparently, the Tories Made Him Do It. But, for a bit more detail, here is his argument point-by-point (I’d comment on his blog, but he banned me years ago): 1.… Continue reading Comical Tommy’s War against Information