The UK government is reportedly planning new measures to censor extremist and terrorist websites.
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Twitter is on the offensive against websites it accuses of bombarding users with spam.
A new law regulating web cookies means plenty of websites could be in breach.
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The government wants to outsource censorship of the Web to ISPs. Ed Vaizey has proposed a plan to have ISPs delete content from websites if anyone complains.
Moves are afoot to take down websites that infringe copyright, as secret meetings discuss ways to protect stuff like Premier League football from being shown where it shouldn't be.
Expect browsing to get a whole lot more tiresome as websites will have to explain each and every cookie, thanks to changes to online privacy laws from the EU.
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The BBC is about to make substantial cuts to its Online division, slashing 200 websites and losing 360 staff. The Web department's budget will also fall by 25 per cent by 2013.