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As a loyal iPod user, you'd have thought that Queen Elizabeth II would have seen fit to bestow an honorary knighthood on a certain Steven Paul Jobs by now. After all, Sir Bill received his back in 2005 even though his company couldn't quite get its cellphone or tablet strategies to stick with consu

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This isn't quite on par with Finland's contention that 1Mb broadband is a \"right,\" but UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged £300 million ($484 million) for the provision of laptops and broadband connections to low income families. The idea is for parents to be connected to their childre

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The Institute for Public Policy Research, a British progressive think-tank, has just released a white paper called \"Public Innovation: Intellectual Property in a Digital Age,\" which urges the UK government to set up a \"legal right to copy.\" Unlike in the US, which has a \"fair use\" doctrine, British

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