The UK Scene – Building a Safer Internet for All

The UK Council for Child Internet Safety – UKCCIS was established as a result of the Byron Review in 2008. 200 organisations from government, industry, law, charity and academia work in partnership to keep children safe online.

These are the board members and it’s interesting to see which organisations are dedicated to improving the Internet for children and families.

UKCCIS Board members

  • Julian Ashworth, Chief Strategy Officer, BT
  • Alex Birtles, Head of External Communications, TalkTalk
  • John Carr, Secretary, Children’s Charities Coalition on Internet SafetyCHIS
  • David Cooke, Director, British Board of Film Classification BBFC
  • Jonny Gwynne, CEO, Child Exploitation and Online Protection CEOP
  • Will Gardner, CEO, Safer Internet Centre
  • Naomi Gummer, Public Policy Manager, Google
  • Susie Hargreaves, CEO, Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
  • Lindsay Harvey, Welsh Assembly
  • Nicola Hodson, Director of Marketing and Operations, Microsoft
  • Aleyne Johnson, Head of Government Relations, Samsung
  • Adam Kinsley, Director of Policy, Sky, BskyB,
  • Peter Liver, Director of Childline, NSPCC
  • Sonia Livingstone, Professor, London School of EconomicsLSE
  • Eilis McDaniel, Northern Ireland Executive
  • Dave Miles, Director, Family Online Safety InstituteFOSI
  • Simon Milner, Director of Policy UK and Ireland, Facebook
  • Tink Palmer, CEO Marie Collins Foundation,
  • Claudio Pollack, Director Consumer Group, Ofcom
  • Phil Raines, Head of Child Protection, Scottish Executive
  • Cindy Rose, Managing Director, Consumer Division , Vodaphone
  • Vicki Shotbolt, CEO, Parentzone
  • Jo Twist, CEO, Association forUK Interactive Entertainment UKIE
  • Andrew Uden, Head of Product Development, UK and Central Europe, Tesco
  • Standing invitation: Clare Perry, MP

It’s reassuring to know that this group exists.


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