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Letter dated 04/12/2020 from Baroness Barran to Lord Foster of Bath and other Peers regarding issues raised during the debate on the Audiovisual Media Services (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020: Ofcom's regulatory remit under the statutory instrument, jurisdiction of video sharing platforms, reliance on EU case law, the term 'required connection', terrorist and criminal content, Online Harms legislation, European Convention on Transfrontier Television, US trade negotiations, and regulations transposing the AVMS Directive. 4p.

Deposited in House of Lords

Paper reference DEP2020-0813, committed on 4 December 2020

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Letter dated 04/12/2020 from Baroness Barran to Lord Foster of Bath and other Peers regarding issues raised during the debate on the Audiovisual Media Services (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020: Ofcom's regulatory remit under the statutory instrument, jurisdiction of video sharing platforms, reliance on EU case law, the term 'required connection', terrorist and criminal content, Online Harms legislation, European Convention on Transfrontier Television, US trade negotiations, and regulations transposing the AVMS Directive. 4p.

Notes

House of Lords Debate 27/11/2020

Dates

4 December 2020
Date the commitment to deposit the paper was made
4 December 2020
Date the paper was written
7 December 2020
Date the Libraries received the paper

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Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

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Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport