Nobody is actually being censored at all – they’re just being spoken back to.
I agree, as Swartz wrote in 2008, that "there is no justice in following unjust laws", and the movement to protect the free internet from corporate and political interests is urgent.
You know, and I know, that exams are an awful hazing ritual, but to beat the system you must first learn how to play it.
As one of the school’s scholarship exam questions shows, young boys are encouraged to think that humanity, compassion, even sense are secondary to winning.
David Willetts's proposal merely formalises the process of purchasing access that already exists.
British universities now see themselves as companies, and students are the losers.
They’ve been dismissed as naive idealists, but today’s student protesters are pragmatic, democratic - and sane.
Lifting the cap on tuition fees isn't just an attack on young people -- it's much, much worse than that.
Vince Cable’s plans are bold and progressive, but could go further to reduce inequality.