The Glushko & Samuelson Information Law and Policy Lab develops and promotes research-based policy solutions that protect fundamental rights and freedoms in the field of European information law.

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ILP Lab calls for more openness of data in the UBO-register

The ILP Lab has published a report about the parameters of disclosing data as open data in the UBO-register, whilst respecting the privacy, personal integrity and other legitimate interests, including potential security risks, of persons recorded in the register. The UBO-register is the register for Ultimate Beneficial Owners (UBO) that must be established pursuant to… Read more

ILP Lab designs duty of care to protect against social media censorship

The ILP Lab today published a policy paper on how platforms can be obliged to prevent censorship. Student-researchers from the Lab propose a duty of care for intermediaries, such as hosting providers, to protect the fundamental rights of their subscribers and others affected by the information they host. This “User Protection Duty” is necessary to… Read more

UvA launches student lab for information law and policy

The University of Amsterdam today launched a lab where talented students together with public interest partners can work on new policies in the field of information law. The initiative, the Information Law and Policy Lab (ILP Lab), starts with two projects: the liability of online platforms and the consequences of new copyright rules for the… Read more

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