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Oral evidence concluded; report in preparation.
The Committee is conducting an inquiry into children's access to, and use of, the internet. It aims to investigate the risks and as well as the benefits. The Committee will also investigate how children's use of the internet is governed and regulated, examining the roles that parents, schools, media companies and regulators should all play.
Evidence given by Nicola Blackwood MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Public Health and Innovation, Department of Health; Baroness Shields OBE, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Internet Safety and Security, Department for Culture, Media and Sport; and Edward Timpson MP, Minister of State for Vulnerable Children and Families, Department for Education
Evidence given by Simon Milner, Policy Director, UK & Ireland, Middle East, Africa and Turkey, Facebook, and Katie O'Donovan, Public Policy and Government Relations Manager, Google; Dr Sarah Marsden, Lecturer in Radicalisation and Protest in a Digital Age, Lancaster University, and Dr Akil Awan, Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer in Modern History, Political Violence and Terrorism, Royal Holloway, University of London
Evidence given by David Austin OBE, CEO, British Board of Film Classification; and Malcolm Phillips, Regulatory Policy Manager, Committee of Advertising Practice; Dr Nihara Krause, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Founder and CEO, stem4; and Dr Marc Bush, Chief Policy Adviser, Young Minds
Communications Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 29 November at 3.30pm