Jeremy Lilley

Jeremy is a Policy Manager at techUK, responsible for techUK’s work on Data Protection policy, including the incoming General Data Protection Regulation, ePrivacy and International Data Transfers. He also leads techUK's Intellectual Property and Copyright work, including the Intellectual Property Policy Group, as well as being involved in techUK’s policy work on Brexit and online platforms, amongst other tech policy areas. 

Jeremy originally joined techUK in January 2016 as Programme Manager for Cloud, Big Data, Analytics and AI, helping to drive techUK’s work across those programmes.

Prior to joining techUK, Jeremy worked in the House of Commons for a number of years running a Member of Parliament’s office, undertaking all research and campaign functions. He holds a BA (Hons) degree in Politics from the University of York and an MSc in Public Policy from University College London.

FROM SOCIAL MEDIA

Two weeks left to apply for the Mayor’s first ever #LDNcivicchallenge! Get involved to share your innovative ideas… https://t.co/AbNSPPW6kg
We held a great workshop this week w/ @foreignoffice looking at how tech & digital can combat illegal wildlife traf… https://t.co/qXDqWkngtC
We are looking forward to hearinh from @nicolag71, President of @SOCITM at our #techUKSmarterState conference. Last… https://t.co/Y7MVlGpzRY
Seen the Future of Mobility Challenge at the @SMMT yet? If you’ve got solutions to key mobility challenges, then do… https://t.co/aJ3W5ttky4
The @IoCoding will enable companies to build workforces fit for the future, by offering high quality learning, buil… https://t.co/hsXZUD0eS5
Catch up on this week's digital and tech policy news with a new Policy Pulse, hot off the presses! https://t.co/Y37B0i9hel
Another congratulations to our Data Centre lead on the win! There will be more to come, we are sure! https://t.co/JZLPxtuc1d