cod. 1010129

Academic year 2023/24
5° year of course - Second semester
Professor responsible for the course unit
NATALE Andrea Vincenzo
integrated course unit
6 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit

Learning objectives

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Students are strongly advised to take the course after taking exams in: Private Law; Constitutional Law; Civil Law I and II; International Law; European Union Law; Criminal Law; Roman Law.

Course unit content

The course aims to provide the fundamentals in the field of so-called Internet law, and the legal implications of artificial intelligence.
The teaching is divided into six modules, to which we refer for a description of the specific content.

Full programme

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Teaching materials, slides and sentences, will be posted by the Professors on the Elly 2023/2024 platform, under the Course heading.

Teaching methods

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Assessment methods and criteria

The exam is written and consists of students being given a multiple-choice test and two open-ended questions.
Knowledge and comprehension skills will be ascertained by multiple-choice questions designed to test effective knowledge of the fundamental concepts related to the five modules.
Alternatively, the profit examination will consist of an oral test, consisting of at least three questions related to the different modules of the course.
Notice of the chosen mode will be given promptly on the Esse3 system in advance of the conduct of the exam.

Other information

Each module will include both lectures and interactive moments with students, consisting mostly in the analysis and discussion of documents and sentences, available on the Elly platform.