TaxPayers' Alliance reaction to London cyberspace conference

November 02, 2011 7:04 PM

As the two-day London cyberspace conference draws to a close, TaxPayers' Alliance Head of Digital Policy Dominique Lazanski offered this reaction:

"It's great to see a commitment to including many individuals and organisations in the process of discussing Internet and digital policy at the London Cyberspace Conference.  It's also good to hear that many  governments support business and industry solutions to problems like cybercrime. It's clear from the conference discussions that the Internet is an enabler of freedom, economic growth, and prosperity. I hope see even more engagement and communication among all individuals and organisations who weren't in attendance. And I also hope that governments stand by their promise to use light touch regulation and promote private sector innovation going forward."

As the two-day London cyberspace conference draws to a close, TaxPayers' Alliance Head of Digital Policy Dominique Lazanski offered this reaction:

"It's great to see a commitment to including many individuals and organisations in the process of discussing Internet and digital policy at the London Cyberspace Conference.  It's also good to hear that many  governments support business and industry solutions to problems like cybercrime. It's clear from the conference discussions that the Internet is an enabler of freedom, economic growth, and prosperity. I hope see even more engagement and communication among all individuals and organisations who weren't in attendance. And I also hope that governments stand by their promise to use light touch regulation and promote private sector innovation going forward."

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