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  1. Google Blocks Child Abuse Images on 100,000 Search Terms

    The move was welcomed by prime minister David Cameron, who made calls for such action back in July, calling it "significant progress". Cameron had given search providers and ISPs an October deadline to make changes.

  2. Bing Adds Pop-Up Child Abuse Warnings to UK Searchers

    David Cameron has also urged UK ISPs to provide better blocking of illegal material, as well as providing "default-on" web filters to protect children from legal but "inappropriate" material. While all of the UK's major ISPs agreed to the proposals...

  3. Google Hearts London: New Offices & World's First Chrome Store

    In November 2010, UK prime minister David Cameron set out the government's ambition for London's East End, specifically the area between Old Street and the Queen Elizabeth Park in Stratford, to become a world-leading 'Tech City' to rival Silicon...

  4. Rahm Emanuel YouTube Video Announces "Tell It Like It Is" Tour

    Check out David Cameron's YouTube video from October 31, 2006. David Cameron introduces his new video blog site This morning, a number of blogs embedded a Rahm Emanuel YouTube video that announced his "Tell It Like It Is" Tour.

  5. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    Clegg and David Cameron of the Conservatives came out best in the instant polls with Gordon Brown of Labour very closely behind. Cameron was widely regarded as the party leader who made the best impression to the audience at home.

  6. UK Election 2010: For Want of a Nail, the Shoe was Lost

    The early YouTube videos in the campaign for Conservatives featured David Cameron and the early YouTube videos in the campaign for the Liberal Democrats featured Nick Clegg. With less than a week to go, some commentators on the UK Election 2010 are...

  7. UK Election 2010: What's So Bad About a Hung Parliament?

    But right behind that with 108,239 views is David Cameron: What it takes to change a country. Web search interest in Nick Clegg remains higher than David Cameron and Gordon Brown. Might Conservative leader David Cameron say to Brown, 'There you go...

  8. UK Election 2010: Google Insights for Search Tracks Interest In Campaign

    During the debate, Brown told Cameron, "I'm grateful, by the way, David, for you putting up these posters about me and about crime and about everything else. Searches for David Cameron and the Conservatives beat out the well-known incumbent Prime...