In a long career that has spanned a close involvement with the largest technology giants, Simon acted as a ‘Technology Ambassador’ for the UK government’s Office of the e-Envoy during the time of Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
The author of ‘March of the Spiders’, a Conservative Technology Forum report examining copyright laws in the digital economy, he was also a co-author of ‘An Information Society at the Service of its Citizens - A Policy Framework for a 21st Century Conservative Government’ and the Conservative Party’s 2005 ‘Digital Plan for Britain’.
He has worked on several projects with the London School of Economics and is a director of the centre-right open market policy ‘think tank’, Aediles and has advised government, business and the media on the evolution, development and application of eGovernment, Internet-related technologies.
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'Simon is the 'go to' source for insight and connections in the world of politics, technology and security'
Pharos Global Security
“Simon did a great job chairing our UK Internet Policy Forum. We received very positive feedback from our delegates who indicated that the quality of his chairmanship was excellent.”
Lesley Cowley OBE, CEO, Nominet