Dr. Lorenzo Dalla Corte deals with the intersection between law, technology, and society, in particular with respect to the interaction between fundamental rights, EU law, and modern information and communication technologies. His focus is on privacy and data protection, proportionality and the limitation of fundamental rights, open data and public-sector information re-use, and surveillance and information security.
My core interests are privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity, mostly from a legal perspective. I also deal with proportionality and limitations analysis, surveillance and data retention, open data and PSI reuse, and with regulation of and by technology more broadly.
I coordinate and teach the 2022 edition of the "Data Science: Security, Privacy, and Sustainability" course. I have also given lectures or tutorials in the “GLB: Law, Technology and Society”, "Cybercrime", and "Regulation and Governance of AI" courses, and regularly supervise LLM students writing their thesis.