Online Safety Act Network

The OSA Network is committed to keeping advocates, researchers and campaigners informed and connected during the Online Safety Act’s implementation.

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We’ve published a summary - and a handy, cut-out-and-keep table - of the main online safety and AI governance commitments from the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats.

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Who We Are

The OSA Network builds on the expert advisory and convening power established by Carnegie UK during the development and Parliamentary passage of the Online Safety Bill. The Network is led by Maeve Walsh and Professor Lorna Woods, University of Essex, and supported by Reset. Learn more about us.

What We Do

We inform, coordinate and support effective, ongoing civil society engagement and advocacy with policymakers, regulators and Parliamentarians during the Online Safety Act (OSA) implementation phase.

How We Work

We provide the following support to the Network:

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