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ODI Fridays: Regulating for responsible technology – is the UK getting it right?

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Fri Mar 29, 2019 13:00
Open Data Institute, 3rd Floor, 65 Clifton St, London EC2A 4JE
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Jacob Ohrvik-Stott from Doteveryone discusses where the digital regulation debate is heading and outlines Doteveryone’s proposals for an Office for Responsible Technology.

ODI Fridays are free lunchtime lectures for everyone. You bring your lunch, we provide tea and coffee, an interesting talk, and enough time to get back to your desk.

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.

Live stream

There will be a live stream of the full talk here from 1pm on Friday 29 March 2019.