Eleonora BassiPolytechnic University of Turin · Nexa Center of Internet & Society
Research, Consultancy, and Higher Education in Law, Tech & Ethics
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I've worked at the Univ. of Turin Law School, at the Computer Science Dept. of the Univ. of Trento, and at the Polytechnic Univ. of Turin as researcher and policy innovator. Currently I'm Senior Research Fellow at the Nexa Center for Internet & Society, and External Fellow at the Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group (San Luis Obispo, California Polytechnic State University). I'm the Editor of the book series "Tecnologie emergenti e diritto" (Mimesi). Alongside academic research I practice poetry.
May 2022 - present
Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group
- External Fellow
October 2003 - July 2007
University of Turin
Field of study
- Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory
October 1996 - July 2003
University of Turin
Field of study
The paper examines the open problems that experts of space law shall increasingly address over the next years, according to four different sets of legal issues. Such differentiation sheds light on what is old and what is new in today's troubles of space law, e.g., the privatization of space, vis-à-vis the challenges that AI raises in this field. So...
The regulation of unmanned aircraft vehicles and systems, that is, EU drones law represents a complex normative field, which hinges on the Basic Regulation from 2018, and includes the delegated and implemented regulations of the European Commission, as much as the opinions, guidance materials, and the 'notice of proposed amendments' (NPAs) of the E...
The paper deals with the legal facets of the Single European Sky strategy and the reform of today’s European air traffic management network for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). The aim of this strategy is to guarantee standards on safety, efficiency and environmental impact of the air traffic, so as to let drones progressively sharing it. The paper s...
The paper deals with the governance of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in European law. Three different kinds of balance have been struck between multiple regulatory systems, in accordance with the sector of the governance of UAS which is taken into account. The first model regards the field of civil aviation law and its European Union (EU)’s regul...
The drone sector offers a wide range of affordances, opportunities, and economic benefits for society. Delivery services , agriculture monitoring, wildfire control, public infrastructure inspections, humanitarian aid, or drone journalism , are among the activities enhanced by unmanned aerial systems (UAS). No surprise the civilian UAS market is gro...
Risk management is a well-known method to face technological challenges through a win–win combination of protective and proactive approaches, fostering the collaboration of operators, researchers, regulators, and industries for the exploitation of new markets. In the field of autonomous and unmanned aerial systems, or UAS, a considerable amount of...
GDPR abiding blockchain systems are feasible. Jurists, programmers, and other experts are increasingly working on this aim nowadays. Still, manifold blockchain networks functioning out there suggest a new generation of data protection issues brought about by this technology. Some of these issues will likely concern the right to erasure set up by Ar...
Open data debate and PSI (public sector information) legislation have so far focused on the access to public rather than personal data for reuse purposes. As a number of cases discussed before some European Data Protection Authorities have shown over the past years, however, conditions of access to PSI for reuse purposes may raise issues of data pr...
Personalized advertisement has changed the web. It lets websites monetize the content they offer. The downside is the continuous collection of personal information with significant threats to personal privacy. In 2002, the European Union (EU) introduced a first set of regulations on the use of online tracking technologies. It aimed, among other thi...
The course “Open Education: fundamentals and approaches”, produced within the OpenMed Project, aims to build capacity on Open Education and Open Educational Resources (OER) among universities in the South Mediterranean region, with a particular focus on higher education in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Palestine. The training course targets primarily...
In healthcare a multiplicity of actors needs to access and share patients’ data while being compliant with policies defined by data protection legislation. Building frameworks to enable stakeholders to design and develop data-sharing mechanisms in compliance with legislations is a challenging task. In this work, we propose a methodology and a platf...
In this paper, we present a general overview of the perspectives and issues of Big Data and Open Data in a Smart City, with specific implications for the municipality of Trento, Italy. We start by presenting the current state of the art of Big Data and Open Data in Trento and continue by proposing a line of development for these two topics that cou...
The open data movement is demanding publication of data withheld by public institutions. Wide access to government data improves transparency and also fosters economic growth. Still, careless publication of personal data can easily lead to privacy violations. Due to these concerns, the Italian law states that even public deliberations must be anony...