About the blog
The CiTiP Blog is a collection of short texts on a wide variety of ICT & IP law related topics. Its main goal is to convey academic research to a broader audience in an understandable and concise manner. The blog reflects the broad palette of research areas people at our Centre are working on, ranging from privacy and data protection to intellectual property and media law.
About KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law
The Centre for IT & IP Law is a research center at the Faculty of Law of the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), with currently a staff of over 40 researchers specialized in legal and ethical aspects of IT innovation and intellectual property.
Researchers working at the Centre for IT and IP Law focus on the fundamental re-thinking of the current legal framework, necessitated by the rapid evolution of technology in various fields, such as government, media, health care, informatics, digital economy, banking, transport, culture, etc. Their research is characterized by an intra- and extra-juridical interdisciplinary approach, constantly aspiring cross-fertilization between legal, technical, economic, ethical and socio-cultural perspectives.
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