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Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Clause 1 - Obtaining or disclosing protected information (12 Jul 2022)

Stuart McDonald: ...we are talking about are serious—the offence in clause 1 can lead to life imprisonment. I do not think that anybody on the Committee would say that that is not appropriate when a person steals or hacks protected security information at the behest of a foreign Government and puts the lives of UK citizens at risk. The amendments are simply designed to ask whether the offence might catch...

Dolphin and Whale Hunting: Faroe Islands (11 Jul 2022)

Kerry McCarthy: ...can be indiscriminate and methods are unchecked. It is not always apparent that a spinal lance has been used to administer a quick death, and there are frequent reports of knives being used to hack away at the meat. We have heard some of that before. This practice falls well below anything that the UK would accept, but the fact is that we are tacitly accepting it, although I know the...

Refugees (Family Reunion) Bill [HL] - Second Reading (8 Jul 2022)

Lord Hacking: Five.

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Examination of Witness (7 Jul 2022)

Poppy Wood: Obviously, you have heard from much greater experts than me about hack-and-leak operations et cetera, and I refer you to their remarks about that. In terms of co-ordinated disinformation campaigns, as I said we have seen that in the US election, with really targeted approaches to particular groups that people wanted to divide. When I mentioned that the US Senate said that...

Economic Crime: Law Enforcement (7 Jul 2022)

Jim Shannon: ...back home every fortnight warning of the latest scam, whether it is people knocking on doors or online scams. People are fairly trusting, by and large. More often than not, the people who are hacked or who find themselves the victim of online scams are of an elderly and vulnerable generation. A few months ago, an elderly gentleman in my constituency lost some £30,000 of his savings to a...

Public Bill Committee: National Security Bill: Examination of Witness (7 Jul 2022)

...judgment. One of the risks that I note in this space—again, this is a point Sir Alex made very nicely about Vladimir Putin’s intent, which is to have us off balance—is that if the Russians do hack into a political party’s servers and mess about within them, and maybe mess with the data or interfere, or if they play games with a technology platform that people rely on for...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Ministry of Defence: Social Media (7 Jul 2022)

Luke Pollard: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what steps he is taking to ensure the strength of his Department's social media passwords in the context of the recent hacking of the Army’s Twitter account.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Army: Twitter (7 Jul 2022)

Luke Pollard: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what steps he has taken to protect the Army’s Twitter account following that account being hacked.

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Linking the Foreign Interference Offence to the Online Safety Bill (6 Jul 2022)

Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay: ...in future UK elections. Attempts by state actors to use disinformation to manipulate the legal processes of the UK, such as court proceedings. The use of false profiles by state actors to spread hacked information online to undermine UK democratic institutions. This amendment will force companies to take action on a wider range of state-sponsored disinformation and state-linked platform...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Linking the Foreign Interference Offence to the Online Safety Bill (6 Jul 2022)

Chris Philp: ...in future UK elections. Attempts by state actors to use disinformation to manipulate the legal processes of the UK, such as court proceedings. The use of false profiles by state actors to spread hacked information online to undermine UK democratic institutions. This amendment will force companies to take action on a wider range of state-sponsored disinformation and state-linked platform...

Sitting Times - Motion to Resolve: Amendment to the Motion (5 Jul 2022)

...Baroness Foster of Oxton Baroness Fox of Buckley Lord Framlingham Lord Gadhia Lord Garnier Lord Godson Lord Gold Baroness Goudie Lord Grade of Yarmouth Lord Green of Deddington Lord Greenhalgh Lord Hacking Viscount Hailsham Lord Hamilton of Epsom Lord Harries of Pentregarth Lord Haselhurst Lord Hayward Baroness Helic Lord Henley Lord Hill of Oareford Lord Holmes of Richmond Baroness Hooper...

Public Bill Committee: Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: Clause 25 - Requirements in connection with regulations under section 24 (5 Jul 2022)

Neil O'Brien: ...more high-powered things, more and more functions come out of Whitehall and more and more controversial decisions are taken—and take longer—at the local level. Is that a model that can really hack increasingly controversial decisions in the long term? Evidence from the OECD finds that fragmented city governments—not having that tier at all—leads to worse economic outcomes. I think...

Metropolitan Police Service (29 Jun 2022)

Chris Bryant: ...Morgan situation, whatever he said earlier. He also knows that he was the person in charge when I had to sue the Metropolitan police, at enormous cost, to get justice for the victims of phone hacking at the News of the World, and there was massive corruption and a revolving door between Downing Street, the newspapers and the Metropolitan police. I think everybody just wants to hear answers...

Pharmacy (Responsible Pharmacists, Superintendent Pharmacists etc.) Order 2022 - Motion to Approve: Amendment to the Motion (28 Jun 2022)

...Lord German Earl of Glasgow Lord Goddard of Stockport Baroness Golding Baroness Goudie Lord Grade of Yarmouth Lord Grantchester Lord Griffiths of Burry Port Lord Grocott Bishop of Guildford Lord Hacking Lord Hain Lord Hannay of Chiswick Viscount Hanworth Lord Harris of Haringey Baroness Harris of Richmond Lord Haskel Lord Haworth Baroness Hayman of Ullock Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town...

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (5th Day): Amendment 112A (22 Jun 2022)

Lord Davies of Brixton: ..., the first of which is on the point of the noble Lord, Lord Wei, on data. I am afraid he made two conflicting points: first, that the data was available anyway and, secondly, that it would be hacked. If the data is available anyway, it can be hacked. The other point is a genuine, not a rhetorical, question for the Minister. Noble Lords have referred to decisions made by the local...

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Committee (1st Day) (Continued): Amendment 16 (21 Jun 2022)

the Earl of Erroll: My Lords, very quickly, I remember well during the passage of the Computer Misuse Act and the Police and Justice Act 2006 trying to tidy up language about hacking tools and so on. It became very complicated and no one could quite work out how to do it, because the same thing could be used by baddies to do one thing and by good people to help maintain systems, et cetera. In the end, I think it...

Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill - Committee (1st Day): Amendment 2 (21 Jun 2022)

Lord Fox: ...because they have never been asked to do that before. This is a new venture for them, and it requires a totally new set of skills and standards, as the Minister might say. As technology evolves hacking is increasing in sophistication, so it is necessary to keep moving forward. The challenge for cybersecurity in remaining ahead of the risks is inevitably a technological one, and the...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Clause 68 - Duties about regulated provider pornographic content (14 Jun 2022)

...company, MindGeek, by victims whose abuse was published on the site. Plaintiffs include victims of image-based sexual abuse in the UK, such as Crystal Palace footballer Leigh Nicol. Her phone was hacked, and private content was uploaded to Pornhub without her knowledge. She bravely and generously shared her experience in an interview for Sky Sports News, saying: “The damage is done for...

Schools Bill [HL] - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 40 (13 Jun 2022)

Lord Hacking: Before the House is resumed, I draw attention to the clock, which has been stuck for a long time at 10 past three, as indeed, I understand, have all the clocks in the House. Since this is an education Bill and to do with the world of academia, I remind your Lordships of a poem written by Rupert Brooke just before the First World War. It was a nostalgic poem, because he was not very happy...

Public Bill Committee: Online Safety Bill: Clause 39 - Procedure for issuing codes of practice (9 Jun 2022)

OSB61 Badger Trust OSB62 Lego OSB63 End Violence Against Women Coalition (EVAW) OSB64 Hacked Off Campaign (further submission) (re: clause 50) OSB65 Office of the City Remembrancer, on behalf of the City of London Corporation and City of London Police OSB66 Juul Labs OSB67 Big Brother Watch, ARTICLE 19, Open Rights Group, Index on Censorship, and Global Partners Digital OSB68 News Media...


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