UK regulators join forces to ensure online services work well for consumers and businesses
Regulatory Updates | 01/07/20
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and Ofcom have set up a new forum to help ensure online services work well for consumers and businesses in the UK.
The Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum strengthens existing collaboration and coordination between the three regulators. It aims to harness their collective expertise when data, privacy, competition, communications and content interact.
With the unique challenges posed by digital markets and services, and an evolving landscape as the EU transition arrangements end, regulatory cooperation has never been so important.The regulators have outlined how they will work together to support effective and efficient regulation across the digital landscape, while exploring emerging regulatory policy challenges and encouraging innovation.