Westminster eForum

We are continuing to organise full-scale virtual conferences which retain all the features of physical seminars, including full programmes, presentations with slides, panel discussions and live delegate questions and comments sessions, person-to-person and group networking, and a permanent record provided to all delegates afterwards. New events are coming on to our conference programme all the time, so there are plenty of opportunities to join us if you haven’t already, from wherever you are.
For booking-related queries or information on speaking please email us at info@forumsupport.co.uk, or contact us: +44 (0)1344 864796.

If you’re already booked on, joining instructions can be accessed from five working days before your conference via the booking dashboard. Need help? You can contact our Delegate Relations team at delegate.relations@forumsupport.co.uk or by calling the above number.

Next steps for online safety in the UK

Morning, Monday, 12th September 2022


This conference is examining the next steps for online safety in the UK.


It will be a timely opportunity to discuss key measures contained in the draft Online Safety Bill, as it continues its passage through Parliament, as well as other priorities for creating safe online spaces in the UK.


Delegates will also look at the potential impact of the Online Safety Bill and what it means for the sector, citizens and digital platforms in the UK.


Areas for discussion in the agenda include:

  • Online Safety Bill - stakeholder perspectives on the Bill - related legislation, including the Gambling White Paper and Online Advertising Programme
  • the future for regulation of online spaces - reporting and responding to complaints
  • priorities for improving Media Literacy in the UK - tackling fake news
  • implementation of the Bill following its final passage - data, age verification and other digital rights
  • safe online spaces – governments priorities

 We are pleased to be able to include keynote sessions with Professor Clare McGlynn, Professor of Law, Durham University; Simone Vibert, Head of Policy, Internet Matters; and a senior speaker confirmed from Ofcom - as well as contributions from BT; Childnet International; Meta; and TrustElevate.



Keynote Speaker

Simone Vibert

Head of Policy, Internet Matters

Keynote Speakers

Professor Clare McGlynn

Professor of Law, Durham University

Simone Vibert

Head of Policy, Internet Matters

Senior speaker confirmed from Ofcom

Speakers

Will Gardner

CEO, Childnet International

Rachel O’Connell

Founder & CEO, TrustElevate

Giles Crown

Managing Partner, Lewis Silkin

Stephen Almond

Director of Technology and Innovation, ICO

Richard Earley

Public Policy Manager, Meta

Helen Burrows

Policy Director, BT