Dr Paul Bernal provides clarification on what the Right to be Forgotten means and what the issues are.
"Governments find it easy to act on the efficiency side of open data while neglecting transparency" - Tom Slee discusses issues with Open Government Data
As Facebook has its trading debut Wendy Grossman discusses the uncertain economic future for the social networking site.
The self-drive car sparks further thoughts about the way we connect with the physical world
Following the News of the World scandal, Ibrahim Hasan offers a legal analysis of Sky News' hacking admittance
Jamie Bartlett, Head of the Violence and Extremism Programme at Demos, responds to the ORG / LSE Media Policy Project report 'Mobile Internet censorship'.
Kickstarter: medieval-meets-modern and a return to patronage
Education on the shareware model... the future of online university courses?
Ibrahim Hasan from Act Now offers an expert legal take on the new Government communications surveillance proposals
The problem with robots isn't robots. The problem is us
Tashalaw reviews this year's Scrambling for Safety Conference
Bad policies are like counterfeit money: they never quite go away and they ensnare the innocent
No-one learns about children's attitudes to sex by blocking porn; least of all politicians
Don't mention the Digital Economy Act... Saskia Walzel looks at the impact of three strikes on legal sales
Milena Popova analyses the messages behind the keynote speeches at this year's ORGCon
...but is the list fact or fantasy? Even Mediafire, a respected & transparent service, is caught in the crosshairs.
Where does fanfiction fit in with the copyright laws on remixing, parody and transformative works?
What will the internet be like in the future? It looks like 2012 is set to be a critical year for internet development.
There's no use in bugging us if you aren't going to listen to what we have to say
Speaking of money... in a digital context
ACTA may have been put to rest for now, but it could strike back at any time
Excited about OrgCon? We are! Here's the low down on the programme of speakers and debates:
We've come a long way on libel and copyright reform, but there's still a little way to go yet
Helen Lock reviews Viktor Mayer-Schönberger's analysis of the internet's influence over storage of our data
How adding your voice to the Hargreaves Review could help the UK progress to clearer, less Kafkaesque copyright law
Video remixer and musician Swede Mason tells us why he believes we need a new right to parody.
As the dust settles over the EU Data Protection reforms, Wendy Grossman analyses them from a privacy angle
Marshall Mateer believes widening the copyright exception to include parody will send a positive message to future generations of creatives.