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The UK has set its sights on creating a world-leading regulatory framework that will make the UK the safest place in the world to go online. Yet, as well as the sheer volume of content to be regulated being daunting, the regulatory framework the UK Government has designed is itself complex and vast: the current version of the draft bill is 230 pages long and is accompanied by over 100 pages of explanatory notes. This guidebook is intended to help you navigate this landscape.
In this 2021 publication we looked at eight key jurisdictions: analysing the position in Australia, France, Germany, Singapore and the United States, as well as bold proposals put forward by the EU, Ireland and the United Kingdom. We navigate the complex landscape and analyse, compare and contrast these regimes with both a thematic and a country-by-country review.