The UK regulator Ofcom, who controls content relating to network television, will have responsibilities to apply and enforce instructions on Disney+, Netflix, and other streaming platforms, which are currently involved in the Broadcasting Code.
The demand services would be requested to make sure their viewers are protected from offensive or harmful content; moreover, they have to apply principles of accuracy, privacy, and fairness.
The White Paper indicates that if organizations break the Code, they possibly have to pay a fine of £250,000 or 5% of their revenue, depending on which amount is higher.
The document also outlines privatizing Channel 4, which is now owned by the government and earned by showing advertisements. This plan has been criticized in the UK television industry; however, the Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries still holds her opinion that the channel will thrive in the modern period thanks to its sale, and that the sum earned will be invested back into the television industry.