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Daniel Dimov 

1. Data Protection 2. Domain names 3. Crowdsourcing (including crowdfunding) 4. E-commerce 5. E-money 6. Intellectual Property 7. Internet governance 8. Online dispute resolution (including ICANN’s Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy) 9. Online gambling 10. Virtual worlds 11. Tech contracts
$70 USD/hr
10 Reviews
  • 83%Jobs Completed
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  • 100%On Time
  • 22%Repeat Hire Rate

Recent Reviews


Legal researcher

Jul 2012

Conducting research on offshore jurisdictions.

Private Practice

Mar 2012

- Conducting legal research in the field of EU law, international law, and IT law - Contract drafting - Writing privacy statements, terms and conditions, and user agreements - Writing eBooks on legal issues - Technical writing - Translation between Bulgarian, English, French, and Dutch


Oct 2011 - Mar 2012 (5 months)

Identifying and analyzing existing practises in the EU and in third countries related to reporting network and information security incidents. This constituted an important preparatory activity in view of one of the one envisaged components of the European Strategy for Internet Security, which relates to extending the obligation to report security breaches beyond the electronic communications sector. The analysis carried out by the Trainee was included in the Staff Working Paper that has been produced in pr


Apr 2011 - Sep 2011 (5 months)

- Participating in events in Brussels. - Research on the EU surveillance Mechanisms. - Research on copyright problems & bad IPR legislation - Research on data protection. - Research on possible limits to blocking/filtering imposed by GATS. -Writing weekly reports.


Sep 2010 - Mar 2011 (6 months)

Conducting academic research related to international commercial arbitration. - Assistance in completition of the Matra training programme entitled 'The Right to Judicial Protection: Administration of Justice in Cross-border Disputes', funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign affairs. - Assistance in organizing a seminar organized by the T.M.C. Asser Institute and the Dutch Legal Network for Shipping and Transport, entitled 'Nieuwste ontwikkelingen in Europees Procesrecht: implicatie

Legal editor

Jan 2010 - Oct 2010 (9 months)

Selection, editing, translating (in English) of Bulgarian case law within ICT and Media Law, Data Protection Law, and other fields of law. Identifying and selecting relevant national case law of the Bulgarian Commission on Protection of Competition. Analysis of collected cases and subsequent authoring of headnotes and summaries (in English).


PhD Degree in Information Technology Law

2010 - 2012 (2 years)

Master's Degree in European law

2008 - 2009 (1 year)

Master's Degree in Law

2002 - 2008 (6 years)


Certificate in Public International Law (2010)

The Hague Academy of International Law

Participant in the ICANN Fellowship Programme (2012)

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

The Fellowship program seeks to create a broader base of knowledgeable constituents and build capacity within the ICANN community. Participation in the program is a "fast track" experience that encourages individuals to find their niche in the ICANN community and to become the new voice of experience in their region


Towards Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution

Using crowdsourcing for solving disputes is a subject that has not been discussed in many scientific publications. However, since Crowdsourced Online Dispute Resolution (CODR) provides a cheap, fast, and democratic dispute resolution, it has a potential that needs to be explored scientifically. How should eBay solve otherwise 60 millions disputes per year? Building a CODR platform with the convenience and attractiveness of other collective intelligence systems, such as Wikipedia, YouTube, and Google, may ca

Can eBay's Community Review Forum fairly resolve disputes

eBay has to resolve sixty millions disputes per year. For this task, the eBay's Community Review Forum (ECRF) has been established. The aim of our research is to investigate whether ECRF provides a fair dispute resolution. In this paper, we construct a concept of procedural fairness which is based on (a) the two principles of due process and (b) general theories of procedural fairness. Then, we assess to what extent the ECRF complies with our concept. From our investigations, we may conclude that ECRF

Een Crowdsourcing Model voor eBay

'EU Surveillance: A summary of current EU surveillance and security measures

The purpose of this booklet is to briefly outline current EU surveillance and security measures in order to give an insight into their scale and cumulative effect. In order to be legal under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights, each security measure that limits fundamental rights is understood to be effective and a "necessary" and "proportionate" breach of the rights which our society considers to be fundamental.

Voluntary agreements on blocking are interfering with human rights

Draft Council conclusions on Net Neutrality

EP study on 'Consumer Behaviour in a Digital Environmen

New rules on term of protection of music recordings