Il corso ha l'obiettivo primario di offrire agli studenti l'opportunità di studiare l'impatto, sia teorico sia pratico, di Internet sul fenomeno giuridico e su alcune norme ed istituti propri della scienza giuridica. Il secondo obiettivo è quello di fornire una solida preparazione sulle normative in materia di reti e sevizi di comunicazione elettronica e sulla tutela dei dati personali.
Expected learning outcomes
Lesson period: Second trimester
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)
The first module is dedicated to: Introduction. The legal definition of the information society. The constitutional framework of the network. Internet as a means of communication and as a prerequisite for acting in the digital society. European policy in the field of electronic communications. The liberalization of the terminals, services and networks. The strategy of the service based competition and the strategy of the network based competition. The Framework 2002 and the Telecom Package 2009. The access discipline. The pro-competitive regulation. The asymmetric remedies. The asymmetric adjustment process. The social regulation. The universal service. The rules to protect users.
The second module refers to: The origins and development of notions of privacy and personal data protection. The general characteristics of the right to protection of personal data in the European context: from Directive 95/46 / EC to European Regulation 679/2016. The right to the protection of personal data as a fundamental right and as social interest. Material and territorial scope. Definitions: personal data, electronic data, "sensitive" and "judicial" data, "anonymous" data, processing. Relevant subjects: controller), processor. Principles relating to processing of personal data and lawfulness of processing. Rights of the data subject. General obligations of controllers and processors. The Data Protection Officer.