13 Mar

Free and open Internet needs you!

Posted by: Homo digitalis
There are two days left until the last vote in the European Parliament (possibly on 26.03.2019), which will be crucial for the future of the Internet
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08 Mar

The interview of Irene Kamara

Posted by: Homo digitalis
Irene Kamara is a PhD researcher at TILT and affiliate researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (LSTS). She follows a joint doctorate track supported by the Tilburg University and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Her PhD topic examines.
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12 Feb

Ignoring data analysis inferences

Posted by: Homo digitalis
Vassilis Vassilopoulos, DPO of ERT draws attention to the conclusions drawn for us through our digital transactions and the moments we share through social networks and explains how much benefit we would have if we "filtered" the.
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15 Jan

An imaginary football story

Posted by: Homo digitalis
What do three friends, a football game, a square in Barcelona and some tapas have in common with a EU Directive? A story by Konstantinos Kakavoulis
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27 Dec

The right to access to exams’ written answers

Posted by: Homo digitalis
Preliminary ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union answered the question, if candidates’ written answers in the context of exams and the related corrections of the examiner constitute personal data, as well as whether.
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18 Dec

The interview of Nikos Theodorakis in Homo Digitalis

Posted by: Homo digitalis
Homo Digitalis has the honor to host the interview of Nikos Theodorakis, a Greek who excels at both academic and professional level in Europe and America. Mr. Theodorakis is an associate professor at the University of Oxford.
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25 Nov

What are cookies?

Posted by: Homo digitalis
Ιason Chontzopoulos and Konstantinos Kakavoulis give answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the famous "cookies"
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17 Oct

Can machines replace judges?

Posted by: Homo digitalis
Philippos Kourakis uses the theory of the prominent philosopher Ronald Dworkin, to investigate whether the rapidly evolving technology may lead to replacing judges by machines
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25 Jul

Evidence and Cloud computing

Posted by: Homo digitalis
The Council of Europe discusses the challenges arising from a new Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime. By Kostas Pratikakis
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21 Jun

Social Media

Posted by: Homo digitalis
Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, most social media users, particularly Facebook users, are concerned for the protection of their personal data. By Emmanouil Mandrakis
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20 Jun

The right to be forgotten

Posted by: Homo digitalis
By Konstantinos Kakavoulis. Article 17 of the new General Data Protection Regulation institutionalizes the right to erasure, the so-called “right to be forgotten”
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