Letter to the Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chief Justice

Posted 17 January 2016 by CHIS

CHIS asks for a meeting to discuss introducing new law that would give victims of child abuse offences the right to obtain compensation and financial support for any necessary treatment. The measure is also intended to act as a further deterrent to potential offenders who, in addition to risking a caution or a conviction would now face their assets being put at risk.

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Launch of Digital Manifesto

Posted 29 March 2015 by CHIS

Today CHIS launches its “Digital Manifesto” which it is sending to all the major political parties contesting seats in the forthcoming General Election to the UK Parliament. The manifesto asks the parties to commit themselves to the policy recommendations which are put forward.

The manifesto may be downloaded from here

Parties’ responses will be published at the earliest opportunity.

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Letter to the Association for TV On Demand

Posted 14 December 2014 by CHIS

Letter to the Association for TV On Demand making a complaint about a web site that is operating illegally.

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Evidence to HM Treasury’s consultation on digital currencies.

Posted 14 December 2014 by CHIS

Evidence to HM Treasury’s consultation on digital currencies.

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Introducing Internet Matters

Posted 6 July 2014 by CHIS

Internet Matters has been founded and promoted by the UK’s four major Internet Service Providers (ISPs); BT, Sky, Virgin Media and TalkTalk. We strongly believe in keeping families safe online. Alongside the long-running education programmes and network level parental controls for customers, provided by the four ISP’s, Internet Matters will provide information on child internet safety for parents to learn about it, talk about it and deal with it. Together, we will make this new portal an authoritative source of information to help parents become better informed and active in keeping their children safe online.

Internet Matters has been developed as a portal that gets parents to helpful information quickly. It will promote the best resources from established experts already working across the child internet safety field.

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