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Facebook and Google respond to Lords on online advertising and news
Responses from Facebook and Google to Committee published
06 July 2020
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Committee writes to platforms on balance of power with news publishers
Committee's letter to Facebook and Google published
26 June 2020
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Lords question government on Covid-19 and data protection
Members quiz the government in a virtual session on 18 May
15 May 2020
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Facebook answers questions on response to hate speech and moderation
Democracy and Digital Technologies Committee will meet on Tuesday 17 March at 10.30am
16 March 2020
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Activists and academics to discuss algorithmic design
Democracy and Digital Technology Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 25 February at 10.30am
24 February 2020
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Advertising Standards Authority give evidence to Committee
Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies meet on Tuesday 5 November at 10.35am
04 November 2019
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Right to privacy “may exist on paper” – but not in online “Wild West”, says JCHR
JCHR publish their report on digital privacy
03 November 2019
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Baroness O'Neill to discuss ethics of digital tech with Committee
Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies meet on Tuesday 16 July at 10.35am
16 July 2019
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Safety of personal data examined
Joint Committee on Human Rights questions experts on the collection and storage of personal data
02 July 2019
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Urgent Question from Tom Watson following WhatsApp data breach
Urgent question from Tom Watson
15 May 2019
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Lords EU exit regulations: 9 April
Members consider rules on personal data breaches, food additives and customer discrimination
10 April 2019
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DCMS Committee launches Sub-Committee to continue scrutiny of threats posed by ‘disinformation'
DCMS Committee launches Sub-Committee to continue Parliamentary scrutiny of threats posed by ‘disinformation'
02 April 2019
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Committee examine ethical and practical challenges of immersive technologies
Committee hear from academics and researchers on UKs readiness to deal with addictive technologies
12 February 2019
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