Responsible Regulation

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.  

Our 2018 People Power and Technology research showed the public felt tech companies were not being held to account for the impacts their products have. So later that year we published Regulating for Responsible Technology – practical recommendations to help policymakers ensure the UK has a robust and flexible regulatory system that will thrive now and in
the future.

That work put Doteveryone at the heart of an increasingly busy tech policy conversation and has helped shape the direction of technology regulation, especially around online harms, facial recognition and procurement.

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