Last night’s policy announcement live on Facebook was a first experiment in new ways for the Government to communicate its message.
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We must not repeat the mistakes of 2017 in trying to fatten the digital pig on market day.
Fleet Street, normally a justified sceptic of men from the ministry controlling what people publish, is an enthusiast of regulating social media giants.
The Culture Secretary says he hopes to be talking directly to Mark Zuckerberg.
They should eschew the fire-and-forget approach which gave us the Electoral Commission.
Cheryl Gillan: Fake news. Dark ads. Foreign interference – and out-of-date rules. Why we need an overhaul of our electoral laws.
If we do not update the rules governing our elections and referendums, their credibility faces a perfect storm of threats.
Soutiam Goodarzi: The Conservative Party must up its game online – where its attacks on Labour aren’t working
Stop playing the Left’s game of taking offence and accusing people of -isms and -phobias. Instead, show some character and discuss real issues.
Cameron and Osborne spent £9 million promoting Remain in 2016. Now May appears to be pursuing the same tactic.
Social media providers should be required to present UK consumers with an ongoing, highly visible, simple, unavoidable choice over its use.
Parliament is struggling to retain senior figures. New peers should be chosen on their ability to raise the calibre of debate.
From ‘fake news’ to micro-targeting, crowd-funding to data rights, we explore the key areas of focus for an overdue review of the rules of our democracy.
The phrase tends to get thrown around as if it means something undeniably and wholly positive, but it’s more complicated than that.
It was a textbook case of how Islamist terror works here – or has to date, anyway. We honour and remember those who died.
He agrees that Parliament doesn’t yet command the respect of its American and European counterparts with these companies.
Daniel Stafford: The GDPR chaos is a reminder of how taking back control will allow us to make better laws
A well-intentioned but badly designed EU law is irritating consumers and making life far harder for charities and businesses. After Brexit we will be able to fix it.