About the IT Law and Politics community
IT Law and Politics is a Linkedin Group for Lawyers with roughly 48K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Welcome to one of LinkedIn’s largest and most popular tech groups focusing on information technology law (Cyberlaw) and politics. Group discussions or debates cover the entire spectrum of IT, specifically matters pertaining to legislation and politics, such as statutes and governance, respectively.
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