The Government’s much anticipated response to the Online Harms White Paper consultation has finally been released but those seeking clarity at this stage may be left scratching their heads. It appears to represent no more than an indication of the Government’s direction of travel under considerable media pressure to ensure that “something must be done” writes BCL partner, Julian Hayes and associate, Greta Barkle.
BCL partners Michael Drury and Julian Hayes write for Euronews analysing the potential impact of the Online Harms White Paper published in April 2019, that will be responded to by the government later this month.
BCL partners Michael Drury and Julian Hayes write for The Times on potential regulations proposed by the government on platform providers to prevent online harms such as disinformation, and cyberstalking.
BCL partners, Julian Hayes and Michael Drury explain the legal developments within privacy and cybersecurity in the UK over the last year in Lexology/GTDT’s publication Market Intelligence: Privacy & Cybersecurity.