Ruby Khela

Officer, Legal, Policy and Research

Ruby provides support to the Legal, Policy and Research function, working across projects on a range of digital policy issues. 

Previously, Ruby worked at the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre. She has a Masters’ in Criminal Law from the University of Birmingham and an LLB from Queen Mary, University of London. 

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29 Jun 2023
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The UK’s Online Safety Bill: notes on Committee stage and the final stretch

After six weeks of debate at Committee stage in the UK’s House of Lords, the Online Safety Bill—a landmark and controversial piece of legislation, which will impose a wide-ranging regulatory framework on online platforms operating in the UK—is nearing its final form. During Committee stage, members of the Lords undertook…
17 Mar 2021

Human Rights in the Digital Age: State of Play across Commonwealth Pacific Countries

The rise and evolution of the internet and digital technologies has brought about new opportunities and challenges for communities around the world to exercise and enjoy their human rights – including freedom of expression, freedom of assembly, and the right to privacy. However, while it is now widely accepted that…