Government pauses Online Safety Bill
The Government has paused the Online Safety Bill until the autumn - once a new Prime Minister is in place. Read a statement from our Head of Policy and Regulation, Christie Dennehy-Neil.
We engage with policy-makers and regulators to monitor and respond to all relevant developments affecting digital advertising, helping to tackle the challenges the industry faces. You can find all of our priority areas of work below.
HFSS online ad ban
Read our work on the online ad ban of ads for products high in fat, sugar and salt.
Our work responding to the Information Commissioner’s Office report into adtech and real time bidding, the Direct Marketing Code of Practice and the Age Appropriate Design Code.
Markets & Competition
Our engagement with the Competition and Markets Authority's study into competition in digital markets and online advertising, and the Government’s response.
Information about the UK's departure from the European Union and what it means for data transfers between the EU and the UK.
GDPR & Privacy
All of our past and present work on privacy-related issues, including the UK General Data Protection Regulation.
Transparency & Consent Framework
See all of our up-to-date information on IAB Europe's Transparency and Consent Framework.
Digital Services Tax
Our response to the Digital Services Tax on the revenues of digital businesses that derive significant value from the participation of their users
A library of our responses to consultations from various government departments, select committees and regulators.
A handy primer on UK’s self-regulatory framework for advertising content and placement, covering the CAP Code and how the ASA works.
Our own industry standard is The Gold Standard, which is open to all IAB UK members who buy and sell digital media.
As part of our work proactively engaging policy-makers, we regularly host events in Parliament and participate in debates.
Our communications with DCMS, the lead department for advertising policy, including our response to its review of online advertising regulation.