In the afternoon dedicated to the relationship between constitutional freedoms and emerging technologies, an in-depth study on the theme that is animating the legal debate of recent weeks could not be missing: contact tracing and the #Immuni app.
We talk about it from 5 to 7 pm with the lawyers Adriana Augenti and Marzio Vincent Vaglio with a lesson entitled “Contact tracing and balancing of constitutional freedoms: the Immune case”
Adriana Augenti, Lawyer of the Bari Bar, partner and cofounder of the Augenti-Diasparro Law Firm. She is the author of numerous articles in the areas of competence, from 2009 to 2017 she was a professor at the University of Tor Vergata in the Masters “Organization and management of human resources” and “Organization and Development of Human Capital in the International Area”. She is Head of Data Protection and Deputy IT Contact for the Bar of Bari, Secretary of the Center for Legal Information Studies (CSIG Bari), Treasurer of the Center for Telematic Process Studies and is Founder of the Bari Legal Hackers.
Marzio Vincent Vaglio, Attorney of the Court of Padua, has been dealing with information society law since the 1990s, with particular attention to the discipline of personal data protection. Member of the IT commission at the Padua Bar Association, Member of the “Informatics privacy telematic process” Commission at the Triveneta Union of the Councils of the Bar Association. From 2002 to 2007 he was adjunct professor of IT Law and Legal Informatics in the II Level Master in Network Law (of which he was co-founder) at the Department of International Studies – University of Padova.