The Online Safety Bill will mean a new duty of care for tech companies, impacting almost all those that allow users to interact online. The Bill has been years in the making, is one of the first attempts to regulate online content in the world, and the issues it seeks to address are complex.
Please complete the form on the side of this page for a free copy of the Taso Advisory briefing document on the provisions in the draft Bill.
Taso Advisory hosted a webinar debate on the draft Online Safety Bill where we discussed the initial questions that it raises and how it will fare in Parliament once it is formally introduced.
Our panel discussed:
Our panelists for the event were:
To access a recording of the session please click here.
Please get in touch if you would like to discuss how the Online Safety Bill will impact your business, the opportunities to engage, and how Taso Advisory can help.
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