ForHumanity Fellow – Regulation and Trust

Jacquie Hughes is a Policy Director and communications sector regulator. Currently focused on emerging technology regulation, privacy, online harms, children’s online rights, safety by design and media convergence. Jacquie has worked on Persuasive Design for 5Rights Foundation, was the specialist adviser to the House of Lords Communications Committee and Director of Content Policy at Ofcom, where she created a new operating licence for the BBC. She was an academic at Brunel University, where she ran the Masters Journalism Programme. She has authored numerous independent industry and political think tank reports on public value and the public interest, media convergence, regulation and standards.