Ofcom briefing: Net neutrality review

Ofcom briefing: Net neutrality review

In September 2021, the UK regulator Ofcom launched a call for evidence as it looks to review how the UK’s net neutrality framework is functioning. 

‘Net neutrality’, sometimes referred to as the ‘open internet’, is the principle of ensuring that users of the internet can control what they see and do online – not the internet service provider (ISP) that connects them to the internet.

Join us on Wednesday 20 October at 14:00 for this virtual techUK briefing on Ofcom's Net Neutrality Review to hear directly from the regulator on the purpose and scope, key areas of focus, what Ofcom seeks in its call for evidence.

Agenda

  • 14:00 - Welcome and introductions - Sophie James, techUK
  • 14:00-14:10 - Ofcom presentation
  • 14:10-14:30 - Q&A
  • 14:30-15:00 - techUK member discussion

For more information about the Net Neutrality review head to the Ofcom website. If you would like to discuss techUK's response, please contact Sophie James, Programme Manager, Communications Infrastructure and Services. 


Jo O'Riordan

Jo O'Riordan

Head of Spectrum Policy and Telecoms, techUK

Sophie James

Sophie James

Programme Manager, Communications Infrastructure and Services, techUK

Julia Ofori-Addo

Julia Ofori-Addo

Programme Assistant, BSG, Central Government, Financial Services Team, Comms Infrastructure, techUK