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Just published: the Commons committee report on disinformation and "fake news" - covering Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and more:
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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A number of proposals for reforming election law for the digital age.
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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Further powers for the Electoral Commission to enforce election law - in light of those treating it with contempt
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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Changes to data protection law in light of concerns about recent scandals.
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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Change in the law regarding donations via Northern Ireland - with particular reference to a Brexit referendum donation
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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Suggested change in the law regarding foreign donations to UK elections - with specific reference to the investigation into Arron Banks
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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Suggested laws concerning the unethical behaviour of companies such as Cambridge Analytica
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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In the committee's view, Facebook "intentionally and knowingly violated both data privacy and anti-competition laws"
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Steve Peers 17 Feb 19
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Finally, an assessment of Mr Banks and Mr Wigmore - who, in the committee's view, "have less than a passing regard for the truth". //
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Jim Cornelius🇪🇺🇬🇧 🇮🇪🔶 17 Feb 19
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Antonia Howarth-Wass 17 Feb 19
And yet fines for Aaron Banks were a mere £125,000. His actions were criminal. Something wrong there.
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