Institute for Information Law (IVIR)

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Short name Institute for Information Law
Name Institute for Information Law (IVIR) at University of Amsterdam
Description The Institute for Information Law (IViR), officially established in 1989, is one of the largest research centers in the field of information law in the world. The Institute employs over 25 researchers who are active in an entire spectrum of information society related legal areas: intellectual property law, patents, telecommunications and broadcasting regulation, media law, Internet regulation, advertising law, domain names, freedom of expression, privacy, digital consumer issues, commercial speech.
University University of Amsterdam
Country Netherlands
Type of organization Participating center
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Topics of interest Big data, Culture, Ethics, File sharing, Freedom of expression, Intellectual property, Copyright, Internet Governance, Internet protocols, Network architecture, Network neutrality, Open access, Open data, Privacy, Public sector information, Social media
Disciplines involved Economics, Law
Official website http://www.ivir.nl/?lang=en
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Google Plus account https://plus.google.com/107258639428943997746/about?hl=it
Projects Mediapluralism, gatekeepers and governance, Personalized Communication - A Joint Communication and Information Law Initiative, Profiling and targeting news readers - implications for the digital media, user rights and public information policy, Reconciling Fair Information Principles and Open Data policies, Reconstructing Rights: Rethinking copyright's economic rights in a time of highly dynamic technological and economic change, Study of fundamental rights limitations for online enforcement through self-regulation, iLINC: the European Network of ICT Law Incubators, Openlaws, Study on sports organisers' rights in the European Union, Right to privacy in the age of big data, Waardering commerciële radiovergunningen, Prohibition of general monitoring obligations, Normative aspects of filesharing, Future contours of the library privilege in copyright law, The protection of traditional cultural expressions: crossing legal boundaries, Securing Free Communications, Privacy as Virtue: towards an actor based approach to privacy regulation, The European Harmonisation of Intermediairy Civil Liability for Online Copyright Infringement, Creative Commons Nederland IV, LAPSI 2.0 (Legal Aspects of Public Sector Information Thematic Network), Europeana Awareness, OpenAIRE+, Governing Digital Information (GODINO): Users' control and sovereignty over unpublicized digital information in the European Union, Copyright in an Age of Access: Alternatives to Copyright Enforcement, https://www.ivir.nl/onderzoek/, Personalized communiccations (http://personalised-communication.net/)

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 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Bodó BalázsBodóBalázssenior socio-legal researcherCopyright
Culture
Digital Identity
Ethics
File Sharing
Freedom of Expression
Fundamental Rights
Intellectual Property
Network Neutrality
Open access
Open Content
Open Data
Privacy
Public Domain
Social Movements
Nico van EijkNicovan Eijk

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ClassificationUniversity of Amsterdam + and Participating center +
CountryNetherlands +
DescriptionThe Institute for Information Law (IViR),
The Institute for Information Law (IViR), officially established in 1989, is one of the largest research centers in the field of information law in the world. The Institute employs over 25 researchers who are active in an entire spectrum of information society related legal areas: intellectual property law, patents, telecommunications and broadcasting regulation, media law, Internet regulation, advertising law, domain names, freedom of expression, privacy, digital consumer issues, commercial speech.
igital consumer issues, commercial speech. +
DisciplineEconomics + and Law +
Full nameInstitute for Information Law (IVIR) at University of Amsterdam +
Google Plushttps://plus.google.com/107258639428943997746/about?hl=it +
Homepagehttp://www.ivir.nl/?lang=en +
ProjectMediapluralism, gatekeepers and governance +, Personalized Communication - A Joint Communication and Information Law Initiative +, Profiling and targeting news readers - implications for the digital media, user rights and public information policy +, Reconciling Fair Information Principles and Open Data policies +, Reconstructing Rights: Rethinking copyright's economic rights in a time of highly dynamic technological and economic change +, Study of fundamental rights limitations for online enforcement through self-regulation +, ILINC: the European Network of ICT Law Incubators +, Openlaws +, Study on sports organisers' rights in the European Union +, Right to privacy in the age of big data +, Waardering commerciële radiovergunningen +, Prohibition of general monitoring obligations +, Normative aspects of filesharing +, Future contours of the library privilege in copyright law +, The protection of traditional cultural expressions: crossing legal boundaries +, Securing Free Communications +, Privacy as Virtue: towards an actor based approach to privacy regulation +, The European Harmonisation of Intermediairy Civil Liability for Online Copyright Infringement +, Creative Commons Nederland IV +, LAPSI 2.0 (Legal Aspects of Public Sector Information Thematic Network) +, Europeana Awareness +, OpenAIRE+ +, Governing Digital Information (GODINO): Users' control and sovereignty over unpublicized digital information in the European Union +, Copyright in an Age of Access: Alternatives to Copyright Enforcement +, Https://www.ivir.nl/onderzoek/ + and Personalized communiccations (http://personalised-communication.net/) +
Short nameInstitute for Information Law +
Topic interestBig Data +, Culture +, Ethics +, File Sharing +, Freedom of Expression +, Intellectual Property +, Copyright +, Internet Governance +, Internet Protocols +, Network Architecture +, Network Neutrality +, Open access +, Open Data +, Privacy +, Public Sector Information + and Social Media +