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Freedom of expression online

Inquiry

Debates and exchanges of information and content increasingly take place online. The internet has enabled individuals to publish and share their views with large audiences in a way that was not previously possible. This inquiry will investigate how public policy can best protect the right to freedom of expression on the internet and how that right should be balanced with other priorities.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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1st Report - Free for all? Freedom of expression in the digital age
Inquiry Freedom of expression online
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
HL Paper 54
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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13 May 2021
Inquiry Freedom of expression online
Witnesses Snap Inc, and TikTok
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Oral Evidence
11 May 2021
Inquiry Freedom of expression online
Witnesses Google, and Microsoft
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Oral Evidence
11 May 2021
Inquiry Freedom of expression online
Witnesses Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Oral Evidence
FEO0126 - Freedom of expression online
Witnesses Twitter
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Written Evidence
FEO0125 - Freedom of expression online
Witnesses Google
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Written Evidence
FEO0124 - Freedom of expression online
Witnesses Associate Professor Damian Tambini (Associate Professor at London School of Economics (LSE))
Committees Communications and Digital Committee
Written Evidence

Contact us

  • Email: holcommunications@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 8662 (committee staff) | 020 7219 8535 (Press Officer)
  • Address: Communications and Digital Committee, House of Lords, London SW1A 0PW