How do the main political parties' manifestoes impact digital rights?

02/07/2024 | Open Rights Group

The Open Rights Group has conducted an analysis of the main UK political  parties' manifestos to understand the implications for digital rights. The analysis reveals where the differences lie on issues such as a digital bill of rights, whether to leave or remain in the European Court of Human Rights, artificial intelligence regulation, stronger powers for the police, border controls, health and political reform.    

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