Academic year 2020 – 2021: 125 hours, of which the course focus (40 hours) will be: “Protection ofConsumers acting in Digital Single Market”. It will be studied theConsumers with regard to their online activities (i.d.: E-commerce Directive 2000/31/CE, and the Directive 93/13/EEC on unfair terms in consumer contracts and the Directive 2002/58/CE on Data protection in the electronic communications sector, as well as, more generally, the European Consumer Protection Policy);
Academic year: 2020 – 2021; 125 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 having a specific focus per year.
Specific module on “Protection ofConsumers in the Digital Single Market”.
Seminar and lecture series on “Advanced studies on “Consumer Behavior and Consumer Law”. Workshop on “Legal Design for Transparency in Consumer Contracts”.
I Module: Technologies, Individuals and Risks
Digital environments and Digital Single Market
Data and Transactions in digital environments
Minors, Elderly Persons, Consumers and Embryos: technological development and fundamental right perspective
II Module: The Law of Vulnerable 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
Module III: Protection of Consumers in the Digital Single Market
Digital Economy: sharing economy and platforms
Data Profiling and consumers’ choice
Effective enforcement in a digital ecosystem: the case of banking contracts.