London, UK – Online reviews were as important to Britons planning their holidays this summer as remembering to pack their toothbrush or cancel the milk, a new poll reveals. The figures come from an exclusive new polling commissioned by Internet Association found that: Eight out of ten British holidaymakers now rely on online customer reviews… Read more
“The White Paper is a real opportunity to get regulation right. Our submission today marks the beginning of a constructive process with government. ” Daniel Dyball, UK Executive Director Longdon, UK – Internet Association (IA) today submitted a formal consultation response to the government’s Online Harms White Paper. The response details the industry’s commitment to… Read more
London, UK – INTERNET COMPANIES have today outlined a number of ways in which the government’s Online Harms White Paper can be improved. In a new submission to government, Internet Association (IA) sets out how the plans as currently constituted could hold back the British tech sector, worsen the quality of internet services for ordinary… Read more
London, UK – IA UK Executive Director Daniel Dyball released the following statement on the release of the DCMS Online Harms White Paper: “The internet industry is committed to working together with government and civil society to ensure the UK is a safe place to be online. But to do this, we need proposals that… Read more
London, UK – The Internet is an economic powerhouse that is driving the UK economy through jobs, businesses and output, new Internet Association analysis reveals today. The internet economy contributes approximately 400,000 jobs, 80,000 businesses, and £45 billion in Gross Value Added to the UK’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). These equate to about 1.2% of UK… Read more
Internet Association – the trade association that represents leading global internet companies on public policy – has today written to senior Ministers including Jeremy Wright and Sajid Javid detailing the six policy principles they want to see considered as part of the government’s emerging plan to make the internet safer.
The internet saves every British family £780 a year, new Internet Association analysis reveals.
An exclusive new Internet Association poll reveals that 40 per cent of British adults say they will use services like Skype, WhatsApp or Google Duo during the festive period.
IA UK Executive Director Daniel Dyball: “British people understand that the internet enriches lives, delivers real economic benefits, and provides innovation with a purpose.” London, UK – Internet Association (IA) today launches in the UK with a new poll showing that British people think the internet industry has improved their lives more than any other… Read more
London, UK – Internet Association (IA) – the trade association that represents leading global internet companies on public policy – today has unveiled a White Paper detailing the key digital provisions that should be part of any U.S.-UK trade agreement. Internet companies have laid out six key digital provisions to create a ‘best-in-class’ digital chapter… Read more