Paper written by our fellow Marco Mendola. This paper is concerned with the study of predictive policing as a tool for surveillance. With regard to the European legal framework, this research studies the influence of the predictive policing model primarily on the principle of presumption of innocence (Article 6.2 ECHR) and on reasonable suspicion. The […]
We are very pleased to welcome our new fellows: Francesco Meloni and Jacopo Giunta. You can see their profile here.
10 years after the release of EURON Roboethics Roadmap, the world has been faced a critical technology revolution. We continuously witnessed Google’s self-driving car, Amazon’s KIVA system, drones, SoftBank’s Pepper, Boston Dynamics’ Atlas, ROSS System, and AlphaGO coming into our lives. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no more a science fiction concept, but the next wave […]
Our fellow Pierluigi Perri is organizing a series of seminars with Prof. David Thaw from the University of Pittsburgh on cybercrime, cybersecurity and interesting related issues like cyberwar and hate speech online. All the seminars will take place in English, they are free and you are all welcome to participate! You can see the agenda […]
The Council of Europe Electronic Evidence Guide is now available in Italian thanks to the joint effort of…
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Thanks to our great team, Tech and Law Center is proud to collaborate on DIMVA 2015 – 12th Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment. You can see the program here and register here More information here www.dimva2015.it Please, feel free to share it!
Tech and Law Center is proud to collaborate again to DEFTCON and to present a panel discussion on robotics and the new challenges for digital
Prime Minister David Cameron has been clear with British citizens: if he wins the next elections on 5 May, he will increase public authorities’ power to access content and communications details of online users. “Let me stress again, this cannot happen unless the home secretary personally signs a warrant. We have a better system for […]