Keio International Project for Internet & Society

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Short name Keio International Project for Internet & Society (KIPIS)
Name Keio International Project for Internet & Society (KIPIS) at Keio University
Description The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KIPIS) was founded to communicate developments on the Internet policy in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region to the world. KIPIS is committed to strengthening the partnership between the business community and academia, believing that this cooperation is fundamental to the growth and success of the Internet Economy. Co-directed by Professors Jun Murai (Dean, Faculty of Environment & Information Studies), and Jim Foster (Professor, Graduate School of Media & Governance) at Keio University, KIPIS is a respected voice by both government and business in Asia policy matters.
University Keio University, Tokyo
Country Japan
Type of organization Participating center
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Topics of interest Big data, Cloud computing, Culture, Cybersecurity, E-Government, Copyright, Internet Governance, Network architecture, Open content, Privacy
Disciplines involved Economics, Education, Information science, Law, Political science
Official website http://kipis.sfc.keio.ac.jp/
Twitter handle @KeioKIPIS
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Projects Japan's New Cybersecurity Strategy, The State of Copyright & Music in Japan, Outline of New GOJ Privacy Framework, GOJ Policy Review on Personal Data

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 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Catharina MarackeCatharinaMaracke
Jim FosterJimFoster
Omair QaziOmairQaziManaging Director

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ClassificationKeio University +, Tokyo + and Participating center +
CountryJapan +
DescriptionThe Keio International Project for the Int
The Keio International Project for the Internet & Society (KIPIS) was founded to communicate developments on the Internet policy in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region to the world. KIPIS is committed to strengthening the partnership between the business community and academia, believing that this cooperation is fundamental to the growth and success of the Internet Economy. Co-directed by Professors Jun Murai (Dean, Faculty of Environment & Information Studies), and Jim Foster (Professor, Graduate School of Media & Governance) at Keio University, KIPIS is a respected voice by both government and business in Asia policy matters.
nment and business in Asia policy matters. +
DisciplineEconomics +, Education +, Information science +, Law + and Political science +
Full nameKeio International Project for Internet & Society (KIPIS) at Keio University +
Homepagehttp://kipis.sfc.keio.ac.jp/ +
ProjectJapan's New Cybersecurity Strategy +, The State of Copyright & Music in Japan +, Outline of New GOJ Privacy Framework + and GOJ Policy Review on Personal Data +
Short nameKeio International Project for Internet & Society (KIPIS) +
Topic interestBig data +, Cloud computing +, Culture +, Cybersecurity +, E-Government +, Copyright +, Internet Governance +, Network architecture +, Open content + and Privacy +
Twitter@KeioKIPIS +