Category Archives: Regulation
As regular readers will know, in the UK, Government policies typically, or at any rate often, emerge in the following way: arising from events or a manifesto commitment a “Green Paper” is issued as a consultative document. It sets out … Continue reading
Sonia Livingstone and others are preparing a draft comment on the UNCRC This is important. I hope lots of people will respond.
This morning I read the judgement in the case of A, a young adult male who had a range of learning and other difficulties. His local authority was very involved in making arrangements for A’s care and it had come … Continue reading
The UK’s Secretary of State responsible for internet policy, Jeremy Wright MP, is in California this week meeting various high tech companies ahead of a soon-to-be-released White Paper which will shape Britain’s future policy on a range of internet harms … Continue reading
A lot has been happening on the e-Privacy Regulation. Mostly it has been good news so I have not been issuing further clarion calls for more lobbying. I hope I have not been naïve but I think our joint work … Continue reading
I am not afraid to express my views in crisp and forthright terms but never in a million years could I have imagined opening a blog with the following headline and words Tough new powers needed to curb Facebook’s “digital … Continue reading