Helping decision makers set the terms for tech to be better for everyone
In a democratic society, it’s important that elected policymakers set the terms under which technology operates. That includes creating effective regulation of technology alongside encouraging best practice from business.
Doteveryone is at the heart of an incredibly busy tech policy conversation, engaging in the development of the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper, the National Data Strategy and other initiatives.
Through 2018/19, our policy work has focused on helping to shape the UK Government’s approach to technology regulation. This work has been well received and widely endorsed by a range of organisations and governmental bodies including Tech UK, Which?, the Information Commissioner’s Office, OFCOM and BEIS.
As a finalist in Nesta’s Legal Access Challenge, we’re currently developing a free and independent one-stop-shop for the public to understand and exercise their digital rights and access systems of redress when online services fail to respect them.