During the last 20 years Law and Internet Foundation has successfully implemented by its own or in partnership more than 135 projects aimed at:

  • Initiating, supporting and conducting of activities for implementation of applied studies, research, programmes and projects in the field of new technologies and technological development, justice and human rights (incl. digital rights).
  • Supporting competent state bodies in state policy design for information and communication technologies development.
  • Legislation drafting in the field of information and communication technologies’ use, electronic governance, cybersecurity, etc.
  • Broad use and enforcement of the information and communication technologies by governmental bodies, judiciary, and local authorities, etc.
  • Networking and collaboration with national and international organisations both from the public and private domain working in the area of law and information technologies.
  • Training and consultancy on e-Justice, including e-evidences and mobile forensics, e-Governance, including e-ID, trust services & cybersecurity, e-Health, e-Commerce, e-Communication, Data Protection, Artificial Intelligence, Intellectual Property Rights, Criminal procedure, including perpetrators’ and victims’ rights, Legislation drafting, etc.