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The Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF) serves as a coordinating and working platform for a series of institutionally open transatlantic tech law projects. It aims to promote a balanced approach to today's and future transatlantic tech law issues and to focus scholarly attention on these issues by involving academics, businesspeople, government officials, legal professionals, legislators, policy makers, representatives of international organisations, scholars, students and the public at large from both sides of the Atlantic.

Funded by a grant from Microsoft Corporation, the Transatlantic Technology Law Forum's institutional framework is co-sponsored and operated by the Stanford Law School Program in Law, Science & Technology and the University of Vienna School of Law, which established TTLF jointly in a transatlantic academic partnership in 2004. A number of American and European universities and other academic institutions as well as international organisations are actively involved in TTLF projects.

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