Can you help Dr Huppert improve Lib Dem policy on IT & the Internet

The Federal Policy Committee is setting up a Policy Working Group on Information Technology and Intellectual Property, to be chaired by Dr Julian Huppert MP.

The working group will review all aspects of policy on IT and the internet. It will be necessary to give significant attention to intellectual property issues, with particular attention to their application to the digital economy.

The group will take forward the issues raised by the conference motion Freedom, Creativity and the Internet adopted by the Spring Conference 2010.

Party members interested in joining the group should contact Debbie Enever on [email protected] for more details. The final deadline for applications is 6 August 2010.

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3 Comments

  • Andrew Suffield 16th Jul '10 - 4:09pm

    About time. Been asking for this for months.

  • How qualified do you have to be to be part of a Policy Working Group?

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