We work with companies from a variety of sectors to tackle the key problems of online governance, data privacy, security and jurisdiction.
International Internet Governance
ICC UK and the British Government hosted the London Conference on Cyberspace in November 2011. We continue to work with businesses and governments to develop a process which will identify norms and principles on key internet governance issues.
ICC also works with ICANN, the IGF and the ITU on a range of issues, including Top Level Domain Names.
ICC UK is working with members to help companies implement the EU Privacy directive (on cookies) in a way which does not impose unacceptable burdens on the internet market place. Our E-Privacy Directive implementation table helps companies by setting out the differences in how the Directive has been transposed into national law across EU member states.
Our UK Cookie Guide, revised in November 2012, sets out several categories of cookies that website operators can use to define the purpose and description of their own cookies. These categories are linked to suggested user notices and consent language that explain—in easy to understand language—what those cookies do and why web site operators and others want to use them.