frankster40 karma2012-01-15 10:15:31 UTC
wow that's a long time to have to deal with crappy internet
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frankster25 karma2015-01-02 18:20:13 UTC
In the UK a lot of shops say something like "no returns (does not affect statutory rights)". This way they can give the impression that they won't take returns, except they are obliged to by statute under certain circumstances (faulty item, not as described, etc).
frankster7 karma2018-02-08 16:07:24 UTC
The Digital Economy Act 2010 was an utter mess, and it was implemented as a stitch-up at the end of a parliamentary session. In the end parts of the act were repealed, and parts of the act were never implemented as they were unworkable. This could have been avoided had proper parliamentary scrutiny been allowed.
How would Labour seek to avoid repeating historic mistakes when legislating in digital areas that not all of the party fully understand?
frankster6 karma2018-02-08 15:58:06 UTC
Open Source Software/Free Software is fundamentally compatible with socialism and the co-operative movement. Do you see Labour taking steps to support these movements?
frankster1 karma2018-04-04 09:10:57 UTC
How do you propose we get the world to change its laws/treaties to prevent this happening?
What changes would you like to see?
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