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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee 41m
Next Wednesday 24th April from 2.30pm we're asking: 🎮, and Nick Fry from about the future of the e-sports industry. ✴️, and about diversity in gaming and VR. 📺Watch live on
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee 22h
Next Tuesday 23rd April is the first public meeting of the newly formed Sub-Committee on Disinformation. We'll be speaking to about their recent work, including investigations into the "Mainstream Network", "Britain’s Future" and "We are the 52%"
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 15
🌺🌻🌹🥀🌷🌼🌸 we want to hear your views on the contribution of gardens to the UK's economy and tourism. Tag a friend who you think can help >>
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 12
What is it like giving evidence to select committees? We spoke to influencer, vlogger and presenter about sharing his experiences with MPs as part of our inquiry on addictive tech. Follow our inquiry:
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 10
Sources suggest gamers worldwide could spend £34 billion a year on loot boxes by 2022. We spoke to Game Quitters James Good and Matúš Mikuš about gaming addiction and how we can address this issue. Follow our inquiry:
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 9
The has launched a new inquiry on the contribution of gardens to UK’s economy and tourism. More details and information on how to submit evidence can be found at
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 9
How does addictive and immersive technology affect young people? We spoke to about his thoughts on the good and bad aspects of tech and how MPs can respond to this. Follow our inquiry:
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 4
Why we’ve set up a Sub-Committee on Disinformation chaired by to continue our work on disinformation and data privacy and their impact on democracy.
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UK Music Apr 3
Fantastic to hear member making the case in the House of Commons last night for grassroots music venues to benefit from the new business rates retail discount scheme. Time for the Governement to look again at this guidance.
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 2
Chair is discussing the refusal of director Dominic Cummings to appear before us in a debate in , following the Committee of Privileges report on the matter. Watch live now >>
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Giles Watling Apr 2
Proud to be a part of this. Disinformation is poisonous and potentially dangerous!
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 2
We think there is strong public interest in continuing the work on Disinformation and 'fake news' after we published our report in February. Chair >>
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Damian Collins Apr 2
I am pleased to announce that has today launched a Sub-Committee to continue Parliamentary scrutiny of threats posed by ‘disinformation’. There is a strong public interest in continuing this work. More information can be found here:
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 2
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New Sub-Committee website >>
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 2
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The membership is made up of the , and will take advantage of the new rule where other MPs can be guests at Committee sessions on an ad hoc basis. Read our report published today where we set out our future work plan >>
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Apr 2
Today we've launched the new Sub-Committee on Disinformation. Chaired by , it will become Parliament's institutional home for matters concerning disinformation and data privacy and their impact on democracy.
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Jo Stevens Apr 2
At 10.30am today our will be hearing evidence from creators & Kelvin Plomer as part of our inquiry into immersive & addictive technology
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Mar 29
Next week we'll ask and Kelvin Plomer from about the design features of their games and the effect on players. They are known for their game . 🎮🕹️
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Mar 29
ICYMI: On Tuesday we explored lessons learned from the centenary commemorations of WW1. told us: "I think that culture uniquely binds nations and communities together."
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Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee Mar 29
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