The Draft Online Safety Bill: Carnegie UK Trust initial analysis

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Author: Professor Lorna Woods, Professor of Internet Law, University of Essex, William Perrin, Trustee, Carnegie UK Trust and Maeve Walsh, Carnegie Associate

Year: 2021

This paper sets out some of the issues which the Trust think should be considered during pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Online Safety Bill and sets out a series of detailed questions which need further thought or clarification.


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