Smart cities, it infrastructures evolution, digital urban divide and internet legal framework in developing countries

A.A. 2016/2017
Insegnamento per
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Obiettivi formativi
The Course aims to give the students:
- Full knowledge of the main legal issues related to new technologies and their development in developing Countries and in the smart cities/metropolitan digital areas.
- Useful technical knowledge to correctly interpret the political and social framework involving computer science or new technologies in Developing Countries.
- Familiarity with reference to technical terms or innovative institutions.
- Detection capability of the correct rule to apply to any technical issue, and refinement of independent evaluation.
- Ability to analyze the legal framework of various Countries with regard to technological and digital divide.
- Ability to present the knowledge gained with language properties and clarity.

Struttura insegnamento e programma

Edizione attiva
Lezioni: 42 ore
A) Surveillance and Security

- Air surveillance.
- Networking and security.
- Drones.
- Use of robotic systems in the public services.

B) Smart Cities

- Electronic voting.
- E-democracy.
- E-participation.
- Internet of things and integration with smart cities issues.
- Sharing economy.

C ) Developing Countries

- Development of the legal IT framework in developing Countries.
- Open source and free software.
- Freedom of information and human rights.
Informazioni sul programma
Professor Ziccardi receives students on Thursday morning from 10.30 to 13.30 hours in his office.
Prerequisiti e modalità di esame
The course does not have prerequisites.

The exam is oral.
Metodi didattici
The teaching activities consist of 42 hours of lectures held by the professor.
Materiale didattico e bibliografia
The study material will be indicated in class.
Primo semestre
giovedì dalle 10,30 alle 11,30 scrivendo per mail a
Dipartimento "Cesare Beccaria"