High Tech Law Series

The High Tech Law Series (hereinunder, “HTL Series") - established in 2003 by Emilio Tosi, Adjunct Private Law Professor and Tenured Academic Researcher  in the University of Milan Bicocca and directed, since its foundation, by the selfsame together with Vincenzo Franceschelli, Ordinario di Diritto Privato  in the University of Milan Bicocca - has the goal to promote and widespread the academic and professional knowledge of the following fundamental legal issues:

  • legal rules governing digital markets of information society, electronic communications, high tech law in general, included biotech and life sciences;
  • new contracts, forms of agreement, immaterial goods and liabilities, in particular of intermediaries of information society services, from Internet Service Provider up to Search Engines, Social Network and third parties contents aggregators;
  • consumer protection in global digital markets and in Digital Single Market (DSM) UE;
  • industrial and intellectual property, copyright in electronic communication networks with particular attention to digital contents protection;
  • fundamental rights protection of persons in the information Society, digital identity, digital privacy and data protection;
  • governance and policy of digital innovation fostering, Big Data and Internet of Things (IoT).