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The Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT (ICRI) (Interdisciplinair Centrum Voor Recht En Informatica) is a research centre at the Faculty of Law of KU Leuven, Belgium, dedicated to advance and promote legal knowledge about the information society through research and teaching of the highest quality. ICRI is also among the founding members of The LEUVEN Center on Information and Communication Technology (LICT) and iMinds.

ICRI contributes to a better and more efficient regulatory and policy framework for information and communication technologies (ICTs). Its research is focused on the design of innovative legal engineering techniques and is characterised by its intra- and interdisciplinary approach, constantly aspiring cross-fertilisation between legal, technical, economic and socio-cultural perspectives.

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