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Italy, too, is equipped with a regulatory instrument that allows offensive operations on foreign soil, even without a formally declared state of war. The new normality of international arrangements also requires Italy to speed up the adoption of a comprehensive regulatory framework. The analysis by Andrea Monti, Adjunct Professor of Digital Law at the University of Chieti-Pescara, initially published in Italian by Formiche.net Continue reading “How the Italian government’s new offensive power in the cyber sector works”
The upcoming Decree Law ‘Aiuti’ seeks to equip Italy with the reactive capacity to cyber attacks. Nevertheless, “Article 37” is only the first step. The analysis by Andrea Monti, professor of Digital Law in the Digital Marketing degree program at the University of Chieti-Pescara. Originally published in Italian on Formiche.net Continue reading “State offensive cybersecurity requires an organized regulatory framework”
New gadgets, old habits. Here comes social networking. It takes law for social networking. Blockchain and NFT come. It takes law for blockchain and Nft. The Metaverse comes. It takes (criminal) law for the Metaverse. The repetition compulsion for years forces commentators and experts to call for new regulations to be applied to technological products instead of noting that the existing ones are mainly sufficient by Andrea Monti – initially published in Italian on Strategikon – an Italian Tech Blog
The Italian data protection authority recently ruled on an Italian company’s unlawful Google Analytics use. The ruling exposes the ‘holes’ of the GDPR, the attempt to plug them at all costs, and the inability (or lack of will) to fully pursue the political choice to protect Europe’s digital sovereignty by Andrea Monti – Initially published in Italian on Strategikon – an Italian Tech blog. Continue reading “Google Analytics, the Data Protection Authority and the GDPR’s holes”
Despite having broken the law, Julian Assange ‘did the right thing’ by revealing, or rather, facilitating the revelation, of government abuses and atrocities. This is, in a nutshell, the rationale behind the call for his release vocally asked by activists and (last minute) free speech defenders. by Andrea Monti – Initially published in Italian on Strategikon – an Italian Tech Blog Continue reading “Assange and Due Process”