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Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (1 Feb 2023)

Online Safety Bill – second reading – Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay. Legislation

Holocaust Memorial Day (26 Jan 2023)

Navendu Mishra: ...sadly persisted, and there was a report last year on the rise in crimes against the Jewish community in Greater Manchester, which was covered by local and national media and must be tackled. In the Online Safety Bill, work has been done to clamp down on online racial harassment and bigotry, but it is clear that social media companies and tech giants must go further and do a lot more to...

Holocaust Memorial Day (26 Jan 2023)

Navendu Mishra: ...sadly persisted, and there was a report last year on the rise in crimes against the Jewish community in Greater Manchester, which was covered by local and national media and must be tackled. In the Online Safety Bill, work has been done to clamp down on online racial harassment and bigotry, but it is clear that social media companies and tech giants must go further and do a lot more to...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (26 Jan 2023)

Michelle Donelan: The Online Safety Bill reached a major milestone when it passed its Third Reading. It is now being introduced in the Lords. Last week I visited Birmingham to hear how the 2022 Commonwealth games has contributed £870 million to the UK economy. Meanwhile, another major event is heading down the tracks, with just 100 days to go until the King’s coronation. The Government are helping to...

Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Topical Questions (26 Jan 2023)

Michelle Donelan: The Online Safety Bill reached a major milestone when it passed its Third Reading. It is now being introduced in the Lords. Last week I visited Birmingham to hear how the 2022 Commonwealth games has contributed £870 million to the UK economy. Meanwhile, another major event is heading down the tracks, with just 100 days to go until the King’s coronation. The Government are helping to...

Health and Social Care Information Centre (Transfer of Functions, Abolition and Transitional Provisions) Regulations 2023 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (25 Jan 2023)

Lord Allan of Hallam: ...is a common trope that Governments like to trot out to reassure the public and show that something is safe: putting in place a triple lock. This is part of the Government’s rhetoric around the Online Safety Bill, for example. I invite the Minister tonight to commit to a quadruple lock in this case, given the importance and sensitivity of health and social care data. Lock 1 is the...

Health and Social Care Information Centre (Transfer of Functions, Abolition and Transitional Provisions) Regulations 2023 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (25 Jan 2023)

Lord Allan of Hallam: ...is a common trope that Governments like to trot out to reassure the public and show that something is safe: putting in place a triple lock. This is part of the Government’s rhetoric around the Online Safety Bill, for example. I invite the Minister tonight to commit to a quadruple lock in this case, given the importance and sensitivity of health and social care data. Lock 1 is the...

Violence against Women and Girls: Plymouth (25 Jan 2023)

Sarah Dines: ...that my hon. Friend the Member for Redditch has witnessed that. As my hon. Friend the Member for South West Devon said, we need to be a clear voice talking to the deeper causes of what happened. The Online Safety Bill will be amended in the Lords to reflect even greater concerns than when it first appeared before the House of Commons Chamber. The amendment will further strengthen it. It is...

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Part 29A - Economic Crime (25 Jan 2023)

Margaret Hodge: ...regulations on tax evasion and on health and safety at work that putting this sort of liability on individuals and corporations is the only way to transform behaviour. Last week’s amendment to the Online Safety Bill by the Conservative rebels showed the mood of the House, and I would urge Ministers to think about that. The mood of the House is to use this effective tool to try to...

Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill: Part 29A - Economic Crime (25 Jan 2023)

Margaret Hodge: ...regulations on tax evasion and on health and safety at work that putting this sort of liability on individuals and corporations is the only way to transform behaviour. Last week’s amendment to the Online Safety Bill by the Conservative rebels showed the mood of the House, and I would urge Ministers to think about that. The mood of the House is to use this effective tool to try to...

Previous Business – Lords: Select Committee (25 Jan 2023)

Communications and Digital Committee: Online Safety Bill. Oral evidence; 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm; Room 4, Palace of Westminster

Written Answers — Home Office: Steroid Drugs: Misuse (25 Jan 2023)

Chris Philp: ...drugs controlled under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. And further measures to tackle the sale of controlled drugs – including the unlawful supply of anabolic steroids - are included in the Online Safety Bill, with companies required to take action to prevent criminal activity. If they fail to comply, they risk stiff financial penalties or in the most serious cases, having their sites...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Social Media: Artificial Intelligence (24 Jan 2023)

Paul Scully: Under the Online Safety Bill, all platforms will need to undertake risk assessments for illegal content and content that is harmful to children. This will ensure they understand the risks associated with their services, including in relation to their algorithms. They will then need to put in place proportionate systems and processes to mitigate these risks. Platforms will need to put in place...

Written Answers — Home Office: Internet: Hate Crime (20 Jan 2023)

Sarah Dines: ...content is found across a broad range of platforms, including mainstream and closed spaces, and is often the subject of moderation by the platforms, or attempts by users to circumvent detection. The Online Safety Bill will mean that alongside removing illegal content, companies must be clear and transparent in their terms and conditions on which types of legal content they will allow on...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Antisemitism: Internet (20 Jan 2023)

Paul Scully: The Online Safety Bill will apply to all companies that allow users to post content online or to interact with each other, as well as search services. All companies in scope of the Bill will have duties to proactively tackle priority illegal content, including illegal anti-semitic content, and will need to prevent their services from being used to facilitate or commission these offences. They...

Tackling Misogyny in Schools (19 Jan 2023)

Nick Gibb: ...might access online. The online world should not be a refuge for violent misogyny, and the Government are committed to ensuring that there are sufficient protections for women and girls online. The Online Safety Bill contains strong protections for women and girls, who face disproportionate abuse online. The strongest protections in the Bill, of course, are for children. The Bill will make...

Tackling Misogyny in Schools (19 Jan 2023)

Nick Gibb: ...might access online. The online world should not be a refuge for violent misogyny, and the Government are committed to ensuring that there are sufficient protections for women and girls online. The Online Safety Bill contains strong protections for women and girls, who face disproportionate abuse online. The strongest protections in the Bill, of course, are for children. The Bill will make...

International Holocaust Memorial Day - Motion to Take Note (19 Jan 2023)

Lord Pickles: ...pandemic and Russia’s aggression against Ukraine have further fuelled the soaring levels of online anti-Semitism. Understanding the ways in which hate permeates the online space is not easy. The Online Safety Bill, which arrived here yesterday, will give this House an opportunity to address that hatred. Close to 80 years since the Holocaust, there are still people waiting for justice and...

International Holocaust Memorial Day - Motion to Take Note (19 Jan 2023)

Lord Pickles: ...pandemic and Russia’s aggression against Ukraine have further fuelled the soaring levels of online anti-Semitism. Understanding the ways in which hate permeates the online space is not easy. The Online Safety Bill, which arrived here yesterday, will give this House an opportunity to address that hatred. Close to 80 years since the Holocaust, there are still people waiting for justice and...

Schools: Artificial Intelligence Software - Question (19 Jan 2023)

Lord Clement-Jones: ...terms of creativity but not of cheating or deception. Does the Question not demonstrate the limitations of the Government’s online digital and media education strategy? Why is there nothing in the Online Safety Bill on this?


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