The seminar is dedicated to the legal aspects of fundamental elements for digital democracy. It puts into perspective the concept of „Digital Sovereignity“ in Europe. Digital sovereignty is the ability and freedom states, organizations and citizens have to freely act and perform in the digital world. The course will provide an overview of the various areas of law covering the following topics: Data rights, intellectual property and digital technologies, net neutrality and digital human rights.
The course is focused on research and it has been adapted to happen completely online.
- Digital Sovereignity and Data Colonialism
- Artificial Intelligence: Ethics and Regulation
- Digital Commons: Free Software, Open Data and Open Standards
- Cybersecurity Rights, Encription and Privacy
- Digital Sustainability, Competition and Consumer Protection
- Net Neutrality, Open Internet and Platform Regulation