Nothing done without us is for us. We call on the Department for Exiting the EU to publish any studies it has conducted into the impact of Brexit on the digital and tech sectors.
Encryption is only as strong as its weakest link. That weak link, at this point, is not a line of code – it is the Home Secretary.
Tuesday the 12th September 2017 will be remembered as the day that Web Matters officially came into being. We can now emerge from our underground lair and cry: it lives!
On 12 July an Internet-wide day of action is planned in support of net neutrality. Web Matters wholeheartedly supports this action, which has been organised by Fight For The Future and other organisations.
We want you to make an informed and responsible electoral choice on Thursday. These resources will help you learn the parties’ stances on digital and tech.
Our next steps can be divided into two halves: the legal part, and the vision part.
Our public launch event was held on Thursday 11 May at FanDuel’s office in Edinburgh.