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Pictfor Welcomes New Officers We are pleased to welcome our 2017 officers, following our Annual General Meeting which took place on 14 March 2017. Many of our officers have been involved previously and have devoted a significant amount of time to ensuring the success of the Parliamentary Internet Communications and Technology Forum (Pictfor) All Party Parliamentary Group. Pictfor provides a unique forum for Parliamentarians… Minutes - AGM 2017 Pictfor recently held our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, 14 March 2017 16:00 in Portcullis House. Please see below for minutes from our 2017 AGM.  Welcome and Introduction (Pictfor Co-Chair Matt Warman MP) Matt Warman MP welcomed everyone to the Pictfor AGM and thanked all for coming. Election of Parliamentary Officers (Pictfor Co-Chair Matt Warman MP) Matt Warman MP asked… Update - our programme of events for 2017 With the triggering of Article 50 on the horizon, and developments on the Industrial Strategy, Cybersecurity and the Digital Transformation Strategy, our forum is more relevant than ever. As predicted, 2017 is shaping up to be a defining year – and there has never been a more pertinent time for the Parliamentary Internet, Communications and Technology Forum (Pictfor). We’re pleased… Our plans for 2017 2017 is set to be a defining year in politics and the Parliamentary Internet, Communications and Technology Forum (Pictfor) is more relevant than ever. With the Digital Economy Bill going through Parliament, the progression of the UK’s cybersecurity strategy plans, the recent announcements on digital infrastructure and the growing influence of the tech sector, having a forum for discussion is… CEO Forum - The UK’s changing landscape for tech, the Digital Economy Bill, new Government positions and strategies, and Brexit Pictfor held a CEO Forum roundtable discussion event in the Houses of Parliament on 7 November 2016. The event explored a range of issues including the UK’s changing landscape, the Digital Economy Bill, new Government positions and strategies and Brexit. Key speakers included: Chair: Andrew Gimson, Author and Journalist Matthew Gould, Director General for Digital and Media (based in the Department… Connectivity in the modern age: Should adequate internet access be regulated and guaranteed like a public utility?   Pictfor hosted a panel discussion in Portcullis House as part of the Parliament and Internet Conference, which took place on 27 October 2016. Coming together to discuss ‘Connectivity in the modern age: Should adequate internet access be regulated and guaranteed like a public utility?’, the panel included: Chair: Matt Warman MP, Co-Chair of Pictfor Simon McCalla, CTO, Nominet UK…
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