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The e-G8 forum: Can governments regulate the web?

On the web, it is very difficult to regulate what is being said - as shown in the Wikileaks releases and the furore around so-called super-injunctions.

But with the internet believed to be entering a stage of maturity, governments are looking at how best - or even whether to - regulate the internet.

David Reid visits the first ever e-G8 forum in Paris to discover what can be agreed between leaders of the world and the most influential people on the web.

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