Overview Edit

Launched in 1998, the All Party Internet Group (APIG) (also called the All Party Parliamentary Internet Group) exists to provide a discussion forum between new media industries and Parliamentarians for the mutual benefit of both parties. Accordingly, the group considers Internet issues as they affect society informing current Parliamentary debate through meetings, informal receptions and reports. The group is open to all Parliamentarians in both the House of Commons and House of Lords.

Inquiries Edit

The All Party Parliamentary Internet Group released its report into digital rights management on June 5, 2006. Other publications of the APIG include:

  • Report of an Inquiry on "Revision of the Computer Misuse Act" (June 2004) (full-text).
  • Report of an Inquiry on "Spam" (Oct. 2003) (full-text).
  • Report of an Inquiry on "Communications Data" (Jan. 2003) (full-text).

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