Sherlock did not refer alternative internet law to AG

Innovation minister Sean Sherlock has told a conference that he did not give an alternative version of a statutory instrument to the Attorney General.

3rd April, 2012
Sherlock did not refer alternative internet law to AG
Innovation minister Sean Sherlock makes his point during a heated debate at the Science Gallery this afternoon.

Innovation minister Sean Sherlock has told a conference that he did not give an alternative version of a statutory instrument to the Attorney General.

Many in Ireland's digital industry have argued that a statutory instrument signed into law by the minister at the end of February will be damaging to the industry in this country and will restrict freedom on the internet. They fear that the new law will give music and movie companies the...

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