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PPPA-AGEVER-01-2020: “Outline and trial an infrastructure dedicated to the implementation of child rights and protection mechanisms in the online domain”

PPPA-AGEVER-01-2020: “Outline and trial an infrastructure dedicated to the implementation of child rights and protection mechanisms in the online domain”

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Center for Law and Digitial Technologies (eLaw), Leiden University Founded in 1575, Leiden University (LU) is the oldest university in the Netherland and one of the leading research universities in Europe. Consistently ranked in the Top 100 according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities. LU has strong international research collaborations and is part of the Coimbra Group, the Europaeum and a founding member of the League of European Research Universities. Leiden Law School, which is one of the oldest faculties in this university, combines a high level of academic teaching with acclaimed and innovative research. The most recent independent research assessment rated Leiden Law School with an overall grade of 4.5 (on a scale of 1 to 5) for both the research institute and the research programmes.

Leiden University is one of Europe’s oldest and foremost research universities. It was founded in 1575 and is a member of the League of European Research Universities. Leiden Law School, which is one of the oldest faculties in this university, combines a high level of academic teaching with acclaimed and innovative research. The most recent independent research assessment rated Leiden Law School with an overall grade of 4.5 (on a scale of 1 to 5) for both the research institute and the research programmes.

eLaw – Leiden Law School’s Center for Law and Digital Technologies is a multi-disciplinary institute that brings together a unique set of expertise on the legal, philosophical and social implications of the information society. eLaw conducts fundamental and applied research on the legal, social and technological regulation of the Internet and other technologies. The core of eLaw research focuses on the rule of law in the information society by studying fundamental rights and principles in a number of specific, often interrelated, domains across the legal areas of private law, criminal law, administrative law, privacy and data protection law, children’s rights law, IP (copyright and patent) law, media law, telecommunications law, and procurement law. Specific research domains include:

  1. Identity, privacy, and data protection;
  2. Cybersecurity and cybercrime;
  3. Internet policy and governance;
  4. Technoregulation;
  5. Child rights and digital technologies;
  6. eProcurement;
  7. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.
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