The e-revolution is cancelled



A lack of audience interest has been blamed for the cancellation of the first ever World Internet Forum, according to its chief executive officer, Robert...



A lack of audience interest has been blamed for the cancellation of the first ever World Internet Forum, according to its chief executive officer, Robert Blaney. The event, due to take place in London last week, had been planned as an attempt to create a 'global think-tank for the new economy', and was to feature guest speakers such e-minister Patricia Hewitt, culture secretary Chris Smith and Paddy Ashdown.

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