6 February, 2004 - 01:00
In Cambodia, WiFi-equipped motorcyclists pull up to schools, download all the email, drive to the next village, and dump off copies of locally-destined mail, picking up their outgoing mail and delivering it to the next town.
6 February, 2004 - 01:00
Without free and open source software (see our front page highlight) – “the broad socio-economic changes long promised by ICT would largely be limited to a tiny elite.”
6 February, 2004 - 01:00
Report discloses covert EU strategy to establish regime of global travel surveillance. Negotiations by the European Commission described as "systematic deception and subterfuge".
6 February, 2004 - 01:00
David Blunkett is considering non-jury trials, to happen in secret. These have been condemned by a group of leading barristers.
30 January, 2004 - 01:00
ABC news reports on the latest in a series of 'suspected political killings of critics of the ruling party.'
30 January, 2004 - 01:00
The online publication Spiked examines the claim that 'Saddam Hussein's Iraq had weapons so deadly that only all-out war could neuter their threat to mankind'.
30 January, 2004 - 01:00
The online publication Spiked examines the claim that 'Saddam Hussein's Iraq had weapons so deadly that only all-out war could neuter their threat to mankind'.
30 January, 2004 - 01:00
Ken Livingstone is spearheading a move to ensure that "the vast majority" of new homes in London are powered by solar panels under new proposals which come into force next month. The Independent reports.
30 January, 2004 - 01:00
They say the report, by Marianne Eriksson, opens a new debate on the sex industry and its consequences for women, gender equality and gender violence.

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