This article considers the Online Safety Bill in the context of the government’s manifesto commitment to make the UK the “safest place in the world to be online”. Author Clare Sibson KC gives an overview of Ofcom’s enforcement powers, highlighting in particular the Bill’s unconventional approach to holding individual senior managers criminally liable for corporate failures to comply with information notices.
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