Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who serves as an adviser to the government on how to make public data more accessible, has expressed concern over the government’s plans to allow intelligence agencies to monitor internet use of everyone in the UK.
‘Getting Away With Murder: CPJ’s 2012 Impunity Index spotlights countries where journalists are slain and killers go free’
CPJ’s 2012 Impunity Index reveals that Iraq has the world’s highest rate of unsolved murders of journalists.
‘Northcliffe launches new free weekly edition in Romford’
Northcliffe has today launched a new edition of the Brentwood Gazette.
‘The World Tomorrow: Julian Assange proves a useful idiot’
The Guardian’s Luke Harding reviews Julian Assange’s TV debut,The World Tomorrow.
‘Regional Press Awards shortlist unveiled’
Society of Editors announces shortlisted entries across 23 categories.
‘Walled gardens look rosy for Facebook, Apple – and would-be censors’
As part of their ‘Battle for the internet’ series, The Guardian looks at “how the rise of app stores and social networks is making the way we use the net cleaner, easier and far more controllable.”