Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law

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Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law (Norwegian: Senter for rettsinformatikk, SERI) at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo is the second-oldest academic institution in the world working specifically with the interrelationship of law and information / communication technology.[1] Today, the NRCCL is one of the world leading institutions in the field of information/communication technology law.

NRCCL's main areas of research are media law and Internet governance, legal technology, electronic commerce, eGovernment, data protection and information security. [2] The center offers a LL.M.-degree in Information and Communication Technology Law. [3]

The center was founded by Professor Knut S. Selmer and Professor Jon Bing. [4] Professor Knut S. Selmer was succeeded by Professor Jon Bing as Chair of the Centre in 1989. The present Chair of the NRCCL is professor Lee Andrew Bygrave.[5]

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