Lords Democracy and Digital Technology Committee to hold three days of evidence next week as it steps-up pace of inquiry
The House of Lords Democracy and Digital Technology Committee will next week step-up the pace of its inquiry with five evidence sessions over three days starting on Monday 2 March.
The Committee will hear evidence on Estonia's digital literacy programmes as it works to ensure its citizens are educated to understand digital propaganda in its position as a near neighbour of Russia, from The Electoral Commission and Information Commissioner on the regulation of political campaigns and social media advertising and from a former EU Security Commissioner on the new battlefront online.
The full details of the evidence sessions are:
Monday 2 March, Committee Room 4A
- Siim Kumpas, Adviser to the Government, Office of Estonia
- Roger Taylor, Chair of Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
- Oliver Buckley, Executive Head of Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
Tuesday 3 March, Committee Room 2
- Louise Edwards, Director of Regulation
- Craig Westwood, Director of Communications, Policy and Research
- Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner
- Steve Wood, Deputy Commissioner
Wednesday 4 March, Committee Room 3
- Sir Julian King, former EU Security Commissioner