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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
The inquiry has concluded.
Evidence given by Mark Hughes, President, BT Security, and Antony Walker, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, techUK; Professor Bernard Silverman, Chief Scientific Adviser, Richard Alcock, Programme Director of the Communication Capabilities Directorate, Home Office, and Dr Bob Nowill, Chairman, Cyber Security Challenge.
Evidence given by Matthew Hare, Chief Executive Officer, Gigaclear, John Shaw, Vice President, Product Management, Sophos, James Blessing, Chair, Internet Services Providers' AssociationProfessor Ross Anderson, Professor of Security Engineering, University of Cambridge, Professor Mike Jackson, formally of Birmingham City Business School, Dr Joss Wright, Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute, Professor Sir David Omand, Visiting Professor, Department of War Studies, King's College London
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament and a Joint Committee of both Houses of Parliament, considered the provisions in the draft bill. The command paper published above, sets out the government’s response to the 3 committees. It also provides a guide to the bill and how it responds to their recommendations.
Correspondence from the Chair of the Committee to the Home Secretary - 15 March 2016