Pierluigi Perri

Law School University of Milan

Pierluigi Perri, Ph.D., is a tenured researcher at the University of Milan Law School and Advisor on Cybercrime at the Council of Europe. His academic interests are focused on Privacy, Information Security, Computer Crimes and Computer Forensics. Since 2010 he has been Associate Research Professor in Advanced Computer Law at the University of Milan, and since 2015 Director of the postgraduate course in Computer Forensics and Data Protection. He was Visiting Postdoctoral Associate at the Information Society Project of Yale Law School, Non-Residential Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society of the Stanford University Faculty of Law and Visiting Researcher at the Legal & Corporate Affairs Department of Microsoft Corp. in Redmond, Washington. He is the Italian representative on the Committee of experts on human rights dimensions of automated data processing and different forms of artificial intelligence at the Council of Europe.

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Events in past editions
#IJF15 / 18 april 2015

Social networks and journalism

Social networks and journalism: crisis management, information gathering, publication of news and related legal and professional ethics risks. Social networks represent a great opportunity for news...

#IJF14 / 2 may 2014

Hate speech on the web

The speed of language, typical of social networks, blogs and forums, added to the animosity that often accompanies the publication of posts, tweets, status updates and so on, can result in different l...