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Inquiry launch: Transport Committee to investigate development and deployment of self-driving vehicles
Self-driving technology, once the stuff of driving dreams, is getting closer.
27 June 2022
Influencer culture: MPs call for action on advertising and employment rules to protect children and online performers
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee publishes its report on influencer culture
09 May 2022
MPs examine governance of personal health data
Science and Technology Committee explores the right to privacy: digital data
07 April 2022
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House of Lords Podcast: Women in Parliament, equality online, famous faces and tackling fraud
In this month’s House of Lords podcast we talk to Labour’s Baroness Smith of Basildon and Conservative peer Baroness Morgan of Cotes.
24 March 2022
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Government’s approach to personal health data sharing examined
Science and Technology Committee explores the right to privacy: digital data
18 March 2022
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Advanced Research and Invention Agency Bill returns to the Lords
Bill granted Royal Assent. Catch up
10 February 2022
Tech minister questioned on influencer regulation
Chris Philp, Minister for Tech and the Digital Economy, will face questions on how the government plans to regulate and protect influencers
28 January 2022
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House of Lords Podcast: protecting children and the Union
We speak to Baroness Kidron about her work protecting children online and to Baroness Taylor of Bolton and Lord Dunlop about strengthening the Union.
28 January 2022
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MPs to compare UK and Australia online safety legislation
The Sub-Committee compares UK and Australia online safety legislation.
10 December 2021
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Petitions Committee hears from legal experts and social media companies
Petitions Committee hears from legal experts and social media companies about tackling online abuse.
18 November 2021
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Telecommunications (Security) Bill completes passage through the Lords
Members consider Commons amendments including network diversification. Catch up
16 November 2021
Government urged to act on videos designed to trigger epileptic fits
DCMS Committee Chair has urged the government to seek a commitment from social media companies to clamp down on videos designed to trigger epileptic fits.
22 September 2021
MPs hold first session to scrutinise draft Online Safety Bill
Chair of the Lords’ Democracy and Digital Technologies Committee, will be questioned about the draft Online Safety Bill
22 September 2021
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