Digital Policy Alliance

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The Digital Policy Alliance (DPA, commonly EURIM) (originally the European Infomatics Group then the Information Society Alliance) is a not-for-profit organisation that informs public policy in the internet and technology sector.

Relaunched by PITCOM in 1995 but independent of it. Members consist of MPs, Peers, MEPs as well as corporate members (such as, in 2018, Amazon, Symantec, MindGeek and Equifax[1]). It relaunched again in August 2012 as the DPA.

C-Plan - Online Age Verification

An "Age Verification" group was formed in 2014 to look at creating a specification for online age verification. International sites are reported to have joined discussions about implementation in 2015[2]



  1. Full Members, Digital Policy Alliance, 2018-03-20
  2. UK pornography industry proposes user ID checks for adult websites, Guardian, 2015-05-26