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Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Data Protection and Digital Information (18 Jul 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...measurement, so it’s easier for businesses to use information to improve their services. The Bill will also pave the way for the removal of irritating banners for other types of cookies when browser-based or similar solutions are sufficiently developed. The Bill will bring some everyday physical processes into the 21st century. It will be easier and more secure to use digital identities,...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Data Protection and Digital Information (18 Jul 2022)

Matt Warman: ...measurement, so it’s easier for businesses to use information to improve their services. The Bill will also pave the way for the removal of irritating banners for other types of cookies when browser-based or similar solutions are sufficiently developed. The Bill will bring some everyday physical processes into the 21st century. It will be easier and more secure to use digital identities,...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Clause 180 - “Provider” of internet service (23 Jun 2022)

Alex Davies-Jones: ...support the clarity on the term “internet service” in clause 182, and we welcome the provisions to capture services that are accessed via an app specifically, rather than just via an internet browser. We welcome clause 183, which sets out the meaning of “search engine”. It is important to highlight the difference between search engines and user-to-user services, which has been...

Scottish Parliament: Parliamentary Functions (Applications) (16 Jun 2022)

Maggie Chapman: ...those services include the questions and motions mobile application, which allows members to raise questions and to raise and support motions at any time and from any location on any device with a browser and an internet connection. In addition, the digital voting application was developed and delivered, along with other aspects of the hybrid Parliament, in response to the pandemic to...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Clause 31 - Children’s access assessments (9 Jun 2022)

Kirsty Blackman: ...are reported. That is a good move. My child is sent links to TikTok videos through WhatsApp, however. He clicks on the links and is able to watch the videos, which will pop up in the WhatsApp mini-browser thing or in the Safari browser. He can watch the videos without signing up as a registered user of TikTok and without using the platform itself—the videos come through Safari, for...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Examination of Witness (26 May 2022)

Alex Davies-Jones: Q On that point around technological advances and enabling people to access the internet, people have raised concerns that tech-savvy children will be able to use VPNs, Tor Browser and other tricks to easily circumnavigate the measures that will be in the Bill, especially around age verification and user identity. How do you respond to that, and how do you suggest we close those loopholes,...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Textbooks: Languages (21 Apr 2022)

Robin Walker: ...enabled users to auto-translate its 10,000 lessons into a variety of languages, including Ukrainian and Russian. This is enabled through automatic translations services offered by major internet browsers, as well as through the integration of online translation tools into its lesson resources. As an automated online service, while 100% accuracy cannot be guaranteed, these tools are of high...

Written Answers — Home Office: Visas: Ukraine (15 Mar 2022)

Kevin Foster: The Home Office is only able to accept PDFs via its commercial partner document solution when a customer upload documents via a desktop browser. However, JPG/JPEGs are accepted when a customer uploads a document through a mobile device.

Nationality and Borders Bill - Report (3rd Day): Amendment 79 (8 Mar 2022)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...be shared and accessible only for as long as required. The checker would require an app on an internet-enabled device capable of reading the code, whereas any internet-enabled device with a web browser can be used to check a share code. Our reply to the3million, which I will share with the noble Lord, has been published on its website and provides a full explanation. Physical documents...

Penrose Review: UK Competition and Consumer Policy — [Clive Efford in the Chair] (8 Mar 2022)

Paul Scully: ...Friend the Member for Folkestone and Hythe was talking about—the so-called killer acquisitions and other stifling of innovation. I remember the days of Netscape, Mozilla Firefox and all the other browsers that were available but have now fallen by the wayside—again, tumbleweed from my hon. Friend the Member for Bolsover (Mark Fletcher), who is far younger than me. My hon. Friend the...

Online Abuse — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (28 Feb 2022)

Catherine McKinnell: ...platforms have become safe havens for some of the most troubling material available online, including holocaust denial, terrorist propaganda films and covid-19 disinformation. From an internet browser today, anyone can easily access videos that show graphic footage of real-world violence and allege the attacks are part of a Jewish plot, or find an entire channel dedicated to the idea that...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Internet: Regulation (15 Feb 2022)

Julia Lopez: ...cookies, so that consumers can engage meaningfully with more important choices about how their personal data is used. We are also exploring how we can facilitate innovative technologies, such as browser-based solutions, to help people manage their consent preferences on the internet. The consultation closed on 19 November 2021 and the government’s response will be published in the...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: IAB Europe (9 Feb 2022)

Julia Lopez: ...weeks. The ICO’s full Opinion can be viewed here. Separately, the government has been exploring through the public consultation, Data; A New Direction, whether innovative technologies, such as browser-based solutions, can be designed in a legally-compliant way to help web users manage their consent preferences on the internet. The consultation closed on 19 November 2021 and the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Visas: Software (11 Nov 2021)

Kevin Foster: The existing online Right to Work, Right to Rent and “View and Prove your Immigration Status” services can already be quickly, simply and safely used on a mobile phone web browser. They enable visa holders to generate “share codes” that can be passed on to employers, landlords and other parties, enabling them to check the visa holder’s rights and conditions of stay in the UK....

Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill - Committee (3rd Day) (Continued): Amendment 79 (27 Oct 2021)

Baroness Chakrabarti: ...members whose numbers I do not know, because I click their names to call them. I have just been raped, but I am now giving away my contact with these people, my diary, my shopping lists and my browser, which shows all the mental health and other websites I have visited. Let us be clear: this is probably more intrusive than searching my home. The Minister will forgive me, but we discussed...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Clause 80 - Sharing anonymous health and social care information (19 Oct 2021)

.... If it were not so serious, it would be funny. Each of those headlines is another setback for confidence in individuals’ data and its handling by the state. They go into people’s inboxes or browsers across all those communities and undermine the case for the better use of data. This episode should be looked on with real sadness and frustration. After significant opposition from Labour...

Environment Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 23 (to Amendment 22) (23 Jun 2021)

Baroness Boycott: ...country’s nightingales, an extraordinary quantity of purple emperor butterflies and has reintroduced storks, not to mention that you can go there and understand how the interaction of the grazer, browser and habitat really work. It seems absolutely illogical that planning permission should be given to that estate. However, as Isabella Tree has said, it is a question of the odds, and the...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Tree Planting (29 Apr 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...Options for protecting young trees include biodegradable tree guards, temporary fencing and wildlife management, but currently these options are less effective than plastic tree guards in deterring browsers, particularly deer. The forestry sector is carrying out work to develop and trial more effective biodegradable tree guards and other alternatives - the forthcoming England Trees...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Tree Planting: Climate Change (24 Mar 2021)

Rebecca Pow: ...right reason. Both species are included in the Ecological Site Classification Decision Support System to aid the selection of species suited to site conditions. It is accessible online via a web browser to help guide forest managers and planners to select ecologically suited species to sites. There is some limited experience of growing both species in British conditions. The Coast...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Tree Planting (8 Feb 2021)

Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park: ...for protecting young trees including biodegradable tree guards, temporary fencing and wildlife management, but currently these options are less effective than plastic tree guards in deterring browsers, particularly Deer. The forestry sector is carrying out work to develop, and trial more effective biodegradable tree guards and the aim should be to get to a place where these are used as a...


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