Corbyn Promises to ‘Democratise the Internet’ – Politics Live
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Here are more proposals from Jeremy Corbyn’s digital democracy manifesto. This summary is taken from the news release from Corbyn’s team released overnight.
The Digital Democracy manifesto includes plans for a:
- Universal Service Network – We will deliver high speed broadband and mobile connectivity for every household, company and organisation in Britain from the inner city neighbourhoods to the remotest rural community.
- Open Knowledge Library – We will create a free-to-use on-line hub of learning resources for the National Education Service.
- Programming For Everyone – We will require that all publicly funded software and hardware is released under an Open Source licence.