[ITA] Convegno Annuale di Informatica Giuridica

Giovedì 24 novembre 2015 alle 9.30 nell’Aula Magna del Collegio Ghislieri si terrà il convegno annuale di informatica giuridica “Vostro Onore, sono il frigo! L’IoT alla sbarra…(Problemi tecnico-giuridici con gli oggetti intelligenti)”, organizzato dall’Università di Pavia-Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza e dal Ghislieri, in collaborazione con Tech and Law. Per maggiori informazioni sull’evento, cliccare qui.  

Welcome to our new fellow!

Tech and Law Center is happy to announce that Marco Mendola, for his dedication to the Association, his contribution with passion and the loyalty to his fellow members, has been awarded official fellow of the Center. Marco is a researcher in IT Law. He is Adv. LL.M. Candidate in Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden […]

The Weaponization Of Social Media

The author Thomas Elkjer Nissen, from the Royal Danish Defence College, says: “ #TheWeaponizationOfSocialMedia develops a framework to understand how social network media shapes global politics and contemporary conflicts by examining their role as a platform for conduction intelligence collection, targeting, cyber-operations, psychological warfare and command and control activities. Through these, the weaponization of social […]

The United State’s New Executive Order on Cyber-Enabled Activities and the Potential “Chilling Effect” on Cybercrime Research

President Barack Obama has officially declared a cyber security emergency. On 1 April 2015, the U.S. Administration published the New Executive Order “Blocking the Property of Certain Persons Engaging in Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities”. This authorizes the Treasury Secretary General and the Attorney General to apply tough sanctions against international actors engaged in cyber-enabled activities […]

Codifying the Harm of Cybercrime: Injecting zemiology in the US’ Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and UK’s Computer Misuse Act (CMA)

This work is a brief reflection on the ‘ambiguous nature of harms in Cyberspace’. It seeks to evaluate how harm is coded in cyber-regulations paying particular attention to the political momentum around the UK’s Computer Misuse Act (CMA) and the US’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Its intention is to inject an element of […]