Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI)

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Short name Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute
Name Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI) at Stockholm University
Description The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI) was established in 1981 as an independent institute within the Faculty of Law at Stockholm University. The institute is engaged in education and research on the relationship and interaction between law and ICT. Areas of interest include application of regulations in the digital environment and the development of methods for legally customized system design and management. The focus encompasses both law from an ICT perspective and issues surrounding the development of digital tools, such as in the area of automation. Law and Information Technology (Law and Informatics) has been selected as one of the leading research areas at Stockholm University.
University Stockholm University
Country Sweden
Type of organization Participating center
Contact e-mail address(es) iri@juridicum.su.se
Contact form http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/contact/
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Topics of interest E-commerce, Cybersecurity, Data protection, Internet Governance, Social media, Open access, Public sector information, Privacy
Disciplines involved Information science, Law
Official website http://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/english/
Twitter handle @IRI_blawblaw
Google Plus account
Projects Access to Public Authority Information, Criminal investigation of on-line resources and remote information systems in European Union member states, International Cyber Security Preparedness, Response, and Accountability: A 'Critical Infrastructure Protection' Approach to Assessing the Need for International Cyber Laws, Legal evaluation of digital evidence, Legal Information as a Tool, How to Regulate Information and Communication Technology: A Jurisprudential Inquiry into Legislative and Regulatory Techniques, Privacy Implications of Data Mining in the European Union and the United States, Restoring the Balance - Attaining Privacy in the Face of Increasingly, Complex and Effective Tools of Information Analysis, BRIDGE, Data protection in global networks - a comparative study between Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, E-examination, LAPSI, Virtual Law Firm, Corpus Legis, DAPRO - Data Protection in Europe, Evaluation Project, IDUN, Legal Automation, Multimedia as a Legal Teaching Aid, PRIMA, SLIM, Legal challenges associated with auditing and verification of information

This is an automatically generated list of the members of Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI) having a profile on the NoC wiki:

 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Patricia MindusPatriciaMindusAssociated memberE-democracy
Internet Censorship
Ethics
E-Government
Freedom of Information
Fundamental Rights
Freedom of Expression
Global governance
Information Law
Internet Governance
Public Domain
Peter WahlgrenPeterWahlgrenDirectorArtificial Intelligence
Big Data
Surveillance
Business Models
Cybersecurity
Data Protection
Digital Divide
Ethics
Network Neutrality
Privacy

List of Educational Resources of Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI)

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ClassificationStockholm University + and Participating center +
Contact formhttp://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/contact/ +
CountrySweden +
DescriptionThe Swedish Law and Informatics Research I
The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI) was established in 1981 as an independent institute within the Faculty of Law at Stockholm University. The institute is engaged in education and research on the relationship and interaction between law and ICT. Areas of interest include application of regulations in the digital environment and the development of methods for legally customized system design and management. The focus encompasses both law from an ICT perspective and issues surrounding the development of digital tools, such as in the area of automation. Law and Information Technology (Law and Informatics) has been selected as one of the leading research areas at Stockholm University.
ng research areas at Stockholm University. +
DisciplineInformation science + and Law +
Full nameSwedish Law and Informatics Research Institute (IRI) at Stockholm University +
Homepagehttp://www.juridicum.su.se/iri/english/ +
ProjectAccess to Public Authority Information +, Criminal investigation of on-line resources and remote information systems in European Union member states +, International Cyber Security Preparedness, Response, and Accountability: A 'Critical Infrastructure Protection' Approach to Assessing the Need for International Cyber Laws +, Legal evaluation of digital evidence +, Legal Information as a Tool +, How to Regulate Information and Communication Technology: A Jurisprudential Inquiry into Legislative and Regulatory Techniques +, Privacy Implications of Data Mining in the European Union and the United States +, Restoring the Balance - Attaining Privacy in the Face of Increasingly +, Complex and Effective Tools of Information Analysis +, BRIDGE +, Data protection in global networks - a comparative study between Europe and the Asia-Pacific region +, E-examination +, LAPSI +, Virtual Law Firm +, Corpus Legis +, DAPRO - Data Protection in Europe +, Evaluation Project +, IDUN +, Legal Automation +, Multimedia as a Legal Teaching Aid +, PRIMA +, SLIM + and Legal challenges associated with auditing and verification of information +
Short nameSwedish Law and Informatics Research Institute +
Topic interestE-commerce +, Cybersecurity +, Data protection +, Internet Governance +, Social media +, Open access +, Public sector information + and Privacy +
Twitter@IRI_blawblaw +
Email
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iri@juridicum.su.se +