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

.@stanboland says we must set high standards and have robust regulation around autonomous vehicles to keep us all s… https://t.co/1MMthI47Sr
Technology must work for us, not the other way around - a key message from both @ChiOnwurah and @darrenpjones at ou… https://t.co/53YY8ZqfdR
.@ChiOnwurah says she wants UK to be an innovation nation but that means investing in skills #DrivingtheFuture #Lab18
Another fringe, another absolutely packed room for @techUK and @_FiveAI discussing autonomous vehicles… https://t.co/v5X8uNpHGy
Autonomous vehicles represent first tangible disruptive use of new tech in transport says @darrenpjones #DrivingtheFuture #Lab18
.@stanboland says three technologies (matching supply and demand of transport - sharing vehicles), electric cars an… https://t.co/6zoOlvAyJU
We are kicking off our final fringe of the day discussing autonomous vehicles with .@_FiveAI. We will be hearing fr… https://t.co/fOztRqv4lK
Caroline Gray @Agilisys explains how to embed a culture that will support ongoing change through clear accountabili… https://t.co/V6Q4gc8lAA
We don't need to fear tech we need to seize it and take the advantages for ourselves says @LiamByrneMP #WorkForAll
"We can learn more public policy lessons from the East than the West" when it comes to making the future of work… https://t.co/mVz6YJmVJ0