Government introduces Online Safety Bill in Parliament and announces Online Advertising Programme consultation
Following a steady trickle of announcements of changes to the draft Bill, the government has introduced the Online Safety Bill
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Online Safety Bill: Parliament and DCMS proceed with separate scrutiny and inquiry into the draft online safety law
Parliamentary committee indicates timing of pre-legislative scrutiny as the government's digital and culture department launches probe into content of the
OSB in focus: will the Online Safety Bill increase the scope for actions brought by individuals against online platforms?
Draft legislation designed to make the UK the safest place to be online (while defending freedom of expression) requires difficult
The UK's draft online safety legislation contains a range of powers for ministers to be able to change aspects of
OSB in focus: what categories of content and communications are within the Online Safety Bill's scope?
The threat of big fines on annual global turnover means that it is crucial that online services understand the nature
Internet service providers will need to assess whether they come within the scope of the draft legislation and take stock