Doteveryone is calling for a new independent regulatory body, an Office for Responsible Technology, with three responsibilities. One of those responsibilities would be to support people to seek redress from technology-driven harms.

Together, with Resolver, we’re hosting a series of informal events to bring together the organisations and individuals who are leading the charge in promoting the digital rights of the public, and enabling them to seek redress in the online world.

Join us at our free and informal gatherings if you’re interested in these important issues and want to find ways to better support people to say Yes to Redress!

We held our first meet-up at Resolver’s offices on Wednesday 5 December 2018, read Jacob’s summary of the conversation here.

At our second meet-up on Wednesday 6 February 2019, we met at Yoti’s offices in order to move the conversation forward and ask ‘What does good redress look like?’

It included opening provocations from Caroline Sheppard OBE, Chief Adjudicator, Traffic Penalty Tribunal, Ana Salazar, Policy Executive, Yoti and Matthew Vickers, CEO, Ombudsman Services.

The third and final meet-up will be held in April. Date and location TBC.

On the team:

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott