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CDEI convenes expert group to advise on Online Safety Data Initiative project

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The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) takes the lead on this blog, talking us through its process for convening the Online Harms Expert Group: a multi-disciplinary group of academics, civil society, technologists and regulators who are providing advice and challenge to the Online Safety Data Initiative (OSDI).

Putting data security at the heart of the Online Safety Data Initiative

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Our principles are fundamental to the Online Safety Data Initiative (OSDI), including our commitment to holding ourselves to the highest standards in data privacy and security. In this blog post, we review learnings from our data security workstream.

New industry consortium launches to transform access to online harms data

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DCMS has awarded a consortium of suppliers to deliver the Online Safety Data Initiative. This initiative will work to improve the accuracy of online safety technologies by removing existing barriers around the sharing of online harms data and improving the quality of data accessed.

A longlist of data access solutions for safety tech developers

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As we continue the work of the Online Safety Data Initiative (OSDI), where we support the development of technology to identify and remove harmful and illegal content from the internet, we would like to share our latest progress update.