Terrorism Act 2006 section 3 Internet Censorship powers have *never* been invoked – Spy Blog – SpyBlog.org.uk

Back in October 2005 this Spy Blog article Terrorism Bill 2005 – part 2 of our comments asked:

Why is there any need for regulation in this area at all ? The existing Acceptable Use Policies of all UK website operators, for example, already means that there are no public “terrorist websites” operating from servers within the United Kingdom.

If the intention is to somehow stop impressionable people from falling into the clutches of terrorist recruiters, then this is already as effective as it will ever be.

And soon they have the Digital Economy Bill

via Terrorism Act 2006 section 3 Internet Censorship powers have *never* been invoked – Spy Blog – SpyBlog.org.uk.

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~ by Gary Austin on February 15, 2010.

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