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Dr Evgeni Moyakine appointed Research Fellow Information Society Law Center (ISLC)

11 October 2023
Dr Evgeni Moyakine

Dr Evgeni Moyakine is appointed a Research Fellow of the “Information Society Law Center” (ISLC) of the University of Milan, Italy, and is going to establish contact with foreign colleagues as a member of the IT law section.

The ISLC is a multidisciplinary research center connecting scholars from different disciplines, such as legal informatics, data science, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity. The center focuses on the study of “digital transformation law” and legal, technological, political and social aspects of the information society, with a specific emphasis on addressing various issues regarding the relationship between law and the digital society.

Evgeni will contribute his expertise in the field of cybersecurity, data protection and privacy to the research conducted at the ISLC until 1 June 2025. In addition, he will participate in seminars and workshops and will be involved in other internal and external activities of the research center.

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