ACADEMIC YEAR

2019 – 2020

  • Academic year 2019 – 2020: 120 hours, of which the course focus (40 hours) will be: “Protection of Data Subjects with regard to Minors and Elderly in digital environments”. More precisely, will be analyzed the Reg. 2016/679/UE and the Draft European Parliament legislative resolution n. 2017/0003 (COD) – so called E-privacy Draft Regulation 2017, with reference to Minors and Elderly persons, with particular regard to their interaction with the digital habitats (European Strategy for a Better Internet for Children, COM/2012/0196 final and European Framework for Safer Mobile Use by Younger Teenagers and Children 2007; Directive 2000/78/EC establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation for Elderly Persons).

The detailed program of the a.y. 2019 – 2020 is available on the UNISOB website and is accessible though this link:

https://www.unisob.na.it/universita/facolta/giurisprudenza/lepre/programma.asp?vr=3&id=12752

TEACHING SYLLABUS

Academic year: 2019 – 2020; 120 hours of frontal lectures and tutorials, plus 12 hours dedicated to seminars and special lectures, plus 8 hours dedicated to workshops. The Course is divided into three Modules (40 hours each), the third Module has a specific focus per year.

Specific module on “EU Protection of Data Subjects with regard to Minors and Elderly in digital environments”.

Series of Seminars and Lectures on “Advanced studies on Minors and Privacy”.

Workshop on “Social Networks and Multimedia habitats”.

I Module: Technologies, Individuals and Risks

    • Digital environments and Digital Single Markets
    • Data and Transactions in digital environments
    • Minors, Elderly Persons, Consumers and Embryos: technological development and fundamental right perspective

II Module: The Law of Individuals

    • Minors, Elderly Person: Laws in the EU and reform drafts
    • Consumers: EU Law about E-commerce and ODR
    • Embryos: EU Member States’ legislations about embryos

III Module: EU Protection of Data Subjects with regard to Minors and Elderly in digital environments

    • Internet and Minors
    • Cyberbullies
    • Video-games
    • Regulating Online Child Safety