Bits of Freedom is the leading digital rights organization in the Netherlands, focusing on privacy and freedom of communication online. Working at the cutting edge of technology and law, Bits of Freedom strives to influence legislation and self-regulation, and empower citizens and users by advancing the awareness, use, and development of freedom-enhancing technologies.
Privacy First is an Amsterdam-based foundation with the aim to preserve and promote the right to privacy as a universal human right. To this end, Privacy First is active in the areas of political lobbying, legal action and litigation as well as public campaigns. Our core mission is to turn the Netherlands into a guiding nation in the field of privacy and data protection. For this purpose, Privacy First Solutions works with public authorities as well as industry. In addition, Privacy First organizes the annual Dutch Privacy Awards.
EuroBrussels is the number one jobsite for European Affairs. Around 100'000 legal, policy, economic, communication and many other specialists visit the site every month, over 100'000 subscribe to its newsletters and job alerts. Since 2001 EuroBrussels has been the best place to find European experts, and its large but focused audience has helped law firms, EU institutions and agencies, industry associations, NGO, consultancies and many others find just the right expert. Legal jobs are also published on the community site for international lawyers "Brussels Legal" and in the 7'000+ subscriber EuroBrussels Legal Newsletter.
The European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL) provides a practical and intellectual forum to discuss, comment and review all issues raised by the development and implementation of data protection law and policy in the EU Member States. The quarterly peer-reviewed journal offers in-depth articles, case notes, country and practitioner reports, book reviews. EDPL reports on the law and policy governing: Privacy and data protection, Freedom of information, open data and re-use of information, Civil liberties issues, Data processing, Data transfers and Technology issues.