ENDitorial: Child abuse online: Is ignorance the best policy?
Why is online child abuse so unimportant that, politically, it does not need laws? Why is online child abuse so unimportant that the policies that are proposed to address this problem are never subject to review to test their effectiveness? Why is online child abuse protection so unimportant that policies that are implemented are never […]
ENDitorial: European Commission boxing clever on TTIP
Up until last week, the “Investor-State Dispute Settlement System” (ISDS) being proposed in the so-called “TTIP” negotiations between the EU and US was a strategic disaster on the part of the negotiating partners, the European Union, in particular. Historically, ISDS was developed as a way of ensuring that, institutionally and legally, weak countries could offer […]