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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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The care quality commission (cqc) is the independent regulator for health and social care services in england.
In April, the Government published its white paper on online harms, which threatens tech giants with large fines and criminal liability for bosses of firms that do not comply with a new duty of care, overseen by an independent regulator.
She added: "However, an independent regulator and Gambling Control Bill will ensure enforcement and compliance by all gambling operators, not just betting shops, which will lead to better consumer protections and support for those who may be vulnerable to addiction.
If tech companies fail to meet their obligations under the code, then an independent regulator should be able to launch legal proceedings against them and have the power to issue large fines, the MPs said.
"The NSPCC's Wild West Web campaign has been calling on Government to create an independent regulator to force tech companies to protect children and stop such material being shared, and to make them accountable when they fail to do so."
An independent regulator should support farmers to move towards nature-friendly farming practices with high environmental, production and animal health and welfare standards, the NFFN says.
He said, "There is debate over whether it's better for financial stability to be the remit of the central bank or an independent regulator...The UK in 1997, split them, then put them back together again.
The charity's Wild West Web campaign is calling for the creation of an independent regulator that will hold social networks to account and force them to introduce measures to make livestreaming and videochatting safer.
The Takeover Panel, an independent regulator, said since neither company has declared its offer final, an auction procedure is expected to commence at 5 p.m.
The NSPCC's #WildWestWeb campaign is calling on Government to introduce an independent regulator to hold social networks to account and tackle grooming to cut off the supply of these images at source.
"I urge Digital Secretary Matt Hancock to follow through on his promise and introduce safety rules backed up in law and enforced by an independent regulator with fining powers.
The independent regulator said the drop was caused by various factors including curbs on early entry, students taking fewer subjects, post-16 education and training providers entering them for alternative qualifications and population changes.

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