The Internet Commission aims to advance digital responsibility through independent evaluation.
Their independent evaluation, knowledge sharing and accountability reporting services help businesses to advance digital responsibility and and tackle online harms.
- Evaluation: providing the tools to internally assess current practices and identify areas for improvement.
- Knowledge sharing: offering anonymised comparative analysis against peers, industry and markets helping encourage best practice development.
- Accountability: informing stakeholders and highlighting best practices in digital responsibility, through an independent annual review.
- For internet companies they develop tools to demonstrate leadership, responsibility, and to build trust.
- For investors they devise insights to support stewardship and digital responsibility risk management.
- For policymakers they conceive mechanisms to inform public policy and smart regulation in Europe and beyond.
- For society they catalyse action against online harms such as illegal content, hate speech, cyberbullying and fake news.