This reports on the progress in implementing the recommendations in the June 2009 Digital Britain White Paper - not just the Digital Economy Bill (which got only a brief mention) but the many other projects to take forward the various measures e.g. digital inclusion and access to public data (on which see, if you've not come across it yet, the Smarter Government site which includes sections on 1.3 Radically opening up data and promoting transparency and 2.3 Harnessing the power of comparative data).
See generally the Digital Britain sub site.
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