http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8376004.stm http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8374732.stm "A user's internet access may be restricted, if necessary and proportionate, only after a fair and impartial procedure including the user's right to be heard." - meaning Mandelson's proposed system is now against EU law "Meanwhile protests over the UK bill have grown, with 11,000 signing an e-petition against it while others predicted "civil unrest" as a result of the bill." - loads of protest against this thing "It could destabilise business and destabilise innovation," said Mr Killock. [executive director of the Open Rights Group] "It means entirely trusting to bureaucrats and politicians to get it right." - lots of people and organisations are against it Not to forget that BT don't like it and TalkTalk plan to sue the government if they go ahead with this thing.