Krzysztof Izdebski is a Policy Director at EPF (ePaństwo Foundation) and a lawyer and activist specialized in access to public information and re-use of public sector information. He is also specialized in the legal aspects of the prevention of corruption. Currently he is a Local Research Correspondent for Poland in the European Commission Anti-Corruption project (Anti-Corruption report) that aims to improve anti-corruption policies in the Member States. He is also a trainer in the field of combatting and preventing corruption. He is an author of publications on freedom of information and open data. He is also taking active role in the Coalition for the Open Government - informal body that is acting toward Poland's participation in the Open Government Partnership. He was one of the authors of the report of the Coalition that describes where Poland is on its way to the Open Government. His expertise covers not only Poland but also other EU and non-EU countries. He was an expert at Google Advisory Board for the Right to be Forgotten while its meeting in Warsaw, Poland.