Who decides what should remain in the public domain and what should be privately protected?


Roxana Radu, Internet policymaking expert and researcher at the University of Oxford


New considerations such as foreign interference in democracy call for a new system of regulation


Damian Tambini, LSE Media expert and government advisor


What qualifies a set of people involved in illicit activities as a criminal entity?


Alex Chung, Research Fellow, University College London and FLJS Research Associate



What is the balance between the monarch, Parliament and the people? Those key questions still hold relevance today.


Katrina Navickas, Historian of Protest and researcher for Peterloo

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