Georgia Tech Foundation

For The Internet Governance Project Workshop

  • Amount
    $20,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    5/20/2020
  • Term
    1 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
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Address
760 Pring Street Ste 400, Atlanta, GA, 30308, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for a project on Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties reform  
This grant to the Georgia Tech Foundation will support Georgia Tech's domestic and international research and convenings to address challenges facing the current mutual legal assistance treaty (MLAT) regime, the treaty regime by which countries request investigative assistance from one another. Improving the functioning of the MLAT process will help provide governments that currently lack access to electronic evidence, and therefore have a strong incentive to consider data localization and other policies that would have negative impacts on the cybersecurity and an open Internet.
for a project on Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties reform  
This grant to the Georgia Tech Foundation will support Georgia Tech's ongoing domestic and international research and convenings to address challenges facing the current mutual legal assistance treaty (MLAT) regime, the treaty regime by which countries request investigative assistance from one another. Improving the functioning of the MLAT process will help provide governments that currently lack access to electronic evidence, and therefore have a strong incentive to consider data localization and other policies that would have negative impacts on cybersecurity and an open Internet.

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