Fika Without Borders

Fika Without Borders (fikautangranser.org) are a group of multinational people that believe that the coffee table can bring together people from all over the world. Fika (pronounced “fee-ka”) is a social institution in Sweden; it means
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New open data project – a legal handbook

As the funding agency VINNOVA revealed in a press release today, Lund University Internet Institute yet again receives funding (180KSEK) for a project regarding open data. The project, called Public Open Data – Legal Handbook (or “Offentliga Öppna Data – En juridisk 
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New publications from LUii

Check out three new publications from LUii researchers. You find more here.  Norms in Law and Society: Towards a Definition of the Socio-Legal Concept of Norms by Måns Svensson (2013) In this paper, Svensson argues that the norm concept is central to Sociology of Law and could be held
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Release of Research Bay data

The Cybernorms research group at LUii today released data, or rather a searchable database, from a big global survey on the file sharing community. The survey – called the Research Bay – was conducted in April 2011 in collaboration with The Pirate Bay and attracted over 75
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Lessig in interview at LUii

VIDEO: Lawrence Lessig, co-founder of Creative Commons, founder of Stanford Center for Internet and Society and one of the world’s most renowned internet and copyright debaters, attended the official inauguration of Lund University Internet Institute 30 May, 2013. Here is the in
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Officially inaugurated!

It’s been more than a week but the official inauguration of LUii is still present – it was, simply, a great day. The official inauguration of Lund University Internet Institute, by Stefan Larsson, Marcin de Kaminski and Måns Svensson. Photo: Simon Klose. We’d like to
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Research project on trust in the digital context

Stefan Larsson, head of LUii, will lead a project on trust in the digital society together with Per Runeson, professor in software engineering. The project runs from sep 2013 to may 2014 and includes 10 researchers from 5 faculties, and is – to say the least – making a poi
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LUii co-organizing Stockholm Developers Summit

Almost thirty technical developers from around the world gather in Stockholm to take part in the Stockholm Developers Summit, a two-day workshop co-organized by Marcin de Kaminski from the LUii management. The Developers Summit is supported by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs,
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LUii welcomes Lupita Svensson

Lupita Svensson is Ph.D in social work at Ersta Sköndal University college. She is specialised at the relationship between social work and its regulation. She has also been working as a clinical social worker as well as Head of Departement in social work at Malmö university. From spri
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