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More about the Helsinki Institute for Information Technology
Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (HIIT), founded in 1999, is a joint research institute of the University of Helsinki and the Helsinki University of Technology. HIIT represents high expertise both in computer science and law. In addition it has close institutional bonds with academic legal science, law-courts and The Finnish Bar Association.
HIIT conducts internationally high-level strategic research in information technology, especially in areas where Finnish IT industry has or may reach a significant global role. HIIT works in close co-operation with universities and industry, aiming to improve the contents, visibility, and impact of Finnish IT research to benefit the competitiveness of Finnish IT industry and the development of the Finnish information society.
More info: http://creativecommons.fi/etusivuPosted 12 September 2007