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Dr Iván Székely CSc, social informatist, is an internationally known expert in the multidisciplinary fields of data protection and freedom of information. A founder of the newly democratic informational-legal system in Hungary, Székely is at present Senior Research Fellow and Counsellor of OSA, and associate professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He is a member of several international research groups, and advisory board member of several non-governmental organizations, including the Eötvös Károly Policy Institute. His studies and publications, as well as his research interests, focus on information autonomy, openness and secrecy, privacy, identity, surveillance and resilience, memory and forgetting, and archivistics.