Policy paper

French-British action plan: internet security

This action plan outlines the steps agreed by Britain and France to ensure the internet is not used as a safe space for terrorists and criminals.


French-British action plan, Paris, 13 June 2017

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The agreement explains what Britain and France will do to tackle terrorist and criminal activity on the internet.

The 4 agreed priorities include:

  • improving methods to remove illegal content from the internet
  • supporting the efforts of civil society organisations to promote alternative and counter-narratives
  • working together to ensure our countries can access data for investigative purposes
  • improving access to digital evidence across borders
Published 14 June 2017