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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.
- Argentina: ILATID- Instituto Latinoamericano de Alta Tecnologia, Informatica y Derecho (Latin American Institute for High Technology Informatics and Law)
- Belgium: Association Belge du Droit de l’Informatique – Belgische Vereniging voor Informaticarecht (Belgian Association for Computer Law)
- Brazil: ABDI – Associação Brasileira De Direito De Informática E Telecomunicações (Brazilian Association of Computer and Telecommunication Law)
- Canada: The Canadian IT Law Association (IT.Can)
- Denmark: Dansk Forening for edb og Jura (Danish Forum for IT Law)
- Finland: IT-oikeuden yhdistys r.y. (Finnish IT-Law Association)
- France: AFDIT – Association Française du Droit de l’Informatique et de la Télécommunication (French Association of Computer and Telecommucations Law)
- Germany: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Recht und Informatik e.v. (German Association for Law and Information Technology)
- The Netherlands: NVvIR – Neerlandse Vereniging voor Informatica en Recht (Netherlands Association for IT and Law)
- Norway: NFJE – Norsk Forening for Jus og EDB (NCLA – Norwegian Computers and Law Association)
- Portugal: Sociedade Portuguesa de Direito e Informática (Portuguese Association for Computers and Law)
- Sweden: Svenska Föreningen för ADB och Juridik (Swedish Society for Computers and Law)
- United Kingdom: SCL – Society for Computers and Law