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Internet and cybercrime news from UK Parliament.

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Police and industry response to online fraud examined
Home Affairs Committee questions police and industry experts on online fraud
09 January 2018
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Social media companies questioned on hate crime
Home Affairs Committee hears from social media companies on impact of hate crime
19 December 2017
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Growing up with the internet report debate
Lords Communications Committee report debated on 7 November
03 November 2017
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Social media companies "shamefully far" from tackling illegal and dangerous content
Home Affairs Committee publishes report on hate crime, criticising biggest and richest social media companies
01 May 2017
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Cyber security experts questioned by Committee
Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy takes evidence on risks faced in the UK
27 March 2017
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The internet must be made a better place for children
Communications Committee report on child online safety published
21 March 2017
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Tech industry representatives techUK discuss EU Data Protection with Committee
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on 15 March 2017 at 10.45am
15 March 2017
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Access to European broadcasting market post-Brexit questioned
European Scrutiny report also questions the framework changes needed to reflect technological developments
07 March 2017
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Digital Economy Bill requires more detail of online pornography age verification plan
Constitution Committee publishes report on the Digital Economy Bill
17 January 2017
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MPs debate broadband universal service obligation
On Thursday 15 December MPs took part in a general debate in the Commons Chamber
08 December 2016
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How can the internet be made a safer place for children?
Communications Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 29 November at 3.30pm
25 November 2016
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Sir Julian King gives evidence to Committee on Security Union
EU Home Affairs Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 15 November at 11:00am
15 November 2016
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Mobile and internet companies discuss online safety controls
Communications Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 25 October at 4.15pm
25 October 2016
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How safe are children from the dangers of the internet?
Communications Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 11 October at 3.30pm
11 October 2016
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Children's charities and internet crime prevention experts discuss online safety
Communications Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 13 September at 3.30pm
13 September 2016
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