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With the Digital, Culture Media and Sport Committee recently calling for a new independent digital regulator and the government’s Internet Safety Strategy White Paper imminent, it’s a crucial time for digital regulation in the UK.

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott discusses where the digital regulation debate is heading and outlines Doteveryone’s proposals for an Office for Responsible Technology.

About Jacob Ohrvik-Stott

Jacob Ohrvik-Stottis a Researcher at the think-tank Doteveryone, where his work explores digital regulation and the public’s relationship with digital technologies. Prior to joining Doteveryone he worked in energy and climate policy for a global professional engineering body and public engagement, where he ran youth panels, deliberative research and science festivals.

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