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The International Federation of Computer Law Associations (IFCLA) is an international organization created in 1989. It contributes to the advancement of information technology law through three main missions:

  • to provide information exchanges on the legal, economic and social impact of computer law
  • to organize conferences and forums on these topics, and
  • to coordinate member activities with those European institutions and other international organizations concerned with issues of computer law.

IFCLA membership consists of thirteen national associations involved in information technology law:

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