Internet needs a strong system of self-regulation

Cyberspace does not lend itself well to censorship. But while policing every strand of the world wide web would be impossible, that does not mean it cannot be better regulated.It is almost impossible for some of the bigger websites, such as MySpace and YouTube, to screen everything. More than ten hours of video content is uploaded every minute, which means that websites have to rely upon their users to notify them of anything John Whittingdale is a Conservative MP and chairman of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee

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