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

. @SannaBaker discusses some of the environmental issues around cryptocurrencies in the @Daily_Express: https://t.co/qiLHx7Wozx
techUK supports the @YoEgovuk campaign to #inspireanengineer. It’s great to see government and industry working tog… https://t.co/23CPgs4sm9
Meet the #govtech innovator of the month @carlosatshaping @ShapingCloud helping transform public services https://t.co/nW5JE1z4KD
An opportunity to take a leadership role in shaping the @NHSDigital new NHS Open API Lab - we are looking for indu… https://t.co/G18zZB8wXx
We are running a Campaign Week for you to share your ideas on how tech can help solve the challenges in the NHS aro… https://t.co/tS4SAJlLWy
Join us @ExperisUKIE and HBB to discuss the Future of #IoT https://t.co/eNSsnCRb0j
If you're still unsure about yesterday's #OpenBanking and #PSD2 legislation, our Head of Financial Services and Pay… https://t.co/EbRwnST8WU