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The Foundation for Information Policy Research is a UK-based think tank that studies the interaction between information technology and government, business and civil society.[1]

Established in May 1998, the organisation is a non-profit company limited by guarantee.[1] Its policy is governed by an independent board of trustees in consultation with an advisory council.


FIPR's trustees are: Professor Ross Anderson (chair), Nicholas Bohm (general counsel), Dr. Richard Clayton (treasurer), Fleur Fisher and Jim Norton.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "About FIPR". Retrieved 2008-04-04.  

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