The Digital Economy Act fails to recognise the importance of the data access to the individual and groups as the means to be productive and co-operative in society and the economy by seeking to control and monitor activity from the centre.

Why is this idea important?

Regulation of the digital economy is critical but the existing act places too much power and control in the hands of government and big business.

Digital communication, manufacturing and service provision can be the mainstay of our economy and our liberties, but we will fail on those grounds if we retain the centralised, control oriented approach to regulation.

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