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Good to hear @Ofcom set out its approach to regulating to prevent #OnlineHarms - namely that it will be an evolutionary, evidence-based approach. We’d suggest a good starting point is knowing, independently, confidently and proportionality which users are adults and which are not https://twitter.com/pi_conference/status/1233006338940243968

Internet industry welcomes Ofcom review

The Internet has revolutionised the way consumers communicate and consume media over the last ten years, so ISPA agrees with Ofcom that now is the right time to review the market. Broadband has become ubiquitous, increasingly faster and more affordable in the last ten years, all made possible by ISPA member’s investments. The Internet has transformational benefits for businesses and consumers and we’ll be using the review to set out our vision for what consumers will need from a healthy and competitive market in the next ten years.

Commenting on the launch of the review, ISPA Secretary General Nicholas Lansman said “ISPA is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and ISPA members have been at the forefront of enabling customers to fully utilise the Internet. We’ll be participating in the review to ensure future regulation allows the sector to continue to innovate and grow”.

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