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Internet and cybercrime news from UK Parliament.

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Police and cross-government hate crime programme questioned on online abuse
Petitions Committte hears evidence on the experiences of disabled people with online abuse
24 April 2018
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EE, O2, Three and Vodafone questioned on Scotland mobile coverage
Scottish Affairs Committee examines operators' plans to improve digital connectivity
24 April 2018
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Infrastructure operators questioned on cyber security
Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy examines Cyber Security of UK Critical National Infrastructure
23 April 2018
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Faster action needed on lessons of WannaCry attack
Public Accounts Committee report sets deadline for update on costed plans for vital security investment
18 April 2018
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Holyrood Minister questioned on digital connectivity
Scottish Affairs Committee question Fergus Ewing MSP
13 April 2018
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How should internet regulation be improved? Committee launches inquiry
Communications Committee invites contributions on the regulation of the internet
29 March 2018
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Google questioned on failure to remove National Action content
Home Affairs Committee hears on failure to remove content relating to proscribed organisations
13 March 2018
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How have digital technologies changed the balance of power in international relations?
International Relations Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 14 March at 10.40am
09 March 2018
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Internet providers questioned on broadband coverage
Scottish Affairs Committe hears from BT, OpenReach, Virgin Media and TalkTalk
06 March 2018
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How should tech companies consider their responsibilites in new international relations?
International Relations Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 07 March at 10.40am
02 March 2018
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How is cyber and new technologies impacting international affairs?
International Relations Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 28 February at 10.30am
28 February 2018
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Cambridge Analytica questioned on fake news
Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee examines data mining and data analysis
27 February 2018
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Online abuse and the experience of disabled people examined
Petitions Committee hears from Katie Price
06 February 2018
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Biometrics Strategy discussed with Minister
Science and Technology Committee examines the Biometrics Strategy and forensic services
06 February 2018
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Policy proposals to tackle hate crime examined
Academics and researchers questioned on how to tackle and prevent hate crime
01 February 2018
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