ORGZINE How the Government turned anti social media

Monday, 15 August, 2011 - 22:00

Loz Kaye responds to David Cameron's potential idea of a social media block in 'emergencies'.

It is typical of this Government’s approach to set out an unfeasible course of action, then expect others to implement it - in this case “the police, the intelligence services and industry “. It turns the police into passive observers and reactors, rather active participants working in a proportionate manner with communities. It was this that restored calm to our streets - not squaddies, bullets, or water cannon - and certainly not censorship. We need to look at root causes, not blame channels of communication.

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