Policy Document

“The internet: to regulate or not to regulate?” Submission to House of Lords Select Committee on Communications' inquiry

Citation

Noto La Diega G, Bessant C, Thanaraj A, Giles C, Kreitem H & Allsopp R (2018) “The internet: to regulate or not to regulate?” Submission to House of Lords Select Committee on Communications' inquiry. House of Lords. http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/committeeevidence.svc/evidencedocument/communications-committee/the-internet-to-regulate-or-not-to-regulate/written/82651.html

Abstract
In early 2018 The House of Lords Select Committee on Communications' began an inquiry into how regulation of the internet should be improved, taking into consideration how the internet has transformed global interaction, information gathering and educational/entertainment consumption, and how it opens up new opportunities but also presents challenges. This is the written submission of University of Cumbria Lecturer in Law Ann Thanaraj (along with other members of NINSO, Northumbria Internet & Society Research Interest Group), in response to the invitation to submit written evidence to the inquiry.

StatusPublished
FundersNorthumbria University
Publication date10/05/2018
Publisher URLhttp://data.parliament.uk/…itten/82651.html