Federico Costantini

Federico Costantini
University of Udine | UNIUD · Dipartimento di Scienze giuridiche

Ph.d.

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November 2011 - present
University of Udine
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Publications (12)
Technical Report
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This study is funded within the frame EU Research and Innovation Programme, Horizon 2020, European Cooperation in Science and Technology, COST Action Global Digital Human Rights Net (H2020 project COST Action Grant no.: CA19143). This study looks into the proposed “vaccine passport” initiative from various human rights aspects. It was undertaken by...
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Addressing IoT (Internet of Things) technologies is becoming a crucial challenge in Digital Forensics, showing the limits of traditional approaches and data collection techniques. Our contribution envisages a “data governance” model based on third-party certification of forensic copies extracted from IoT devices. Within this framework, on the one h...
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This contribution addresses, under three different profiles, the issue of governance of personal data in health research within the EU legal framework, analyzing how the current discipline of personal data protection, notably provided by the GDPR, represents an opportunity for all operators and for the healthcare system in general. It is noteworthy...
Preprint
IoT technologies pose serious challenges to digital Forensics. The acquisition of digital evidence is hindered by the number and extreme variety of IoT items, often lacking physical interfaces, connected in unprotected networks, feeding data to uncontrolled cloud services. In this paper we address "Information Quality" in IoT Forensics, taking into...
Chapter
Due to the extensive amount of data generated by an autonomous vehicle (AV) and the information flowing among AVs and through surrounding infrastructure, data governance legislation poses as a significant challenge especially in the perspective of their large-scale introduction. Regulation (EU) 2016/679, which is known as GDPR and entered into forc...
Conference Paper
IoT (Internet of Things) promise great potentials but pose many concerns. Billions of devices connected in global networks exchanging enormous amounts of data, indeed, can be highly vulnerable. Accountability is a crucial feature to foster awareness and reduce risks at all levels, yet it is difficult to put in practice when it comes to evaluate dig...
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In this paper two contemporary technological novelties are combined to introduce the concept of a blockchain-based MaaS, with the aim of pinpointing where and how business value can be created through data-based services of such a system. Towards this purpose, an integrated version of the Business Model Canvas is deployed, combining the advantages...
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In MaaS (Mobility as a Service), means of transport are virtualized in mobility resources and provided to users using the Internet. From a legal perspective, this model of ITS (Intelligent Transport System) raises several concerns with regard to data protection. This contribution, after a short description of MaaS and an introduction to the issues...
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Driverless Cars embrace cutting-edge technologies in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), establishing a new era in mobility. Traditionally, for a driver the efforts made to uphold the situational awareness are compensated by some sort of gratification, e.g. driving pleasure and sense of adventure. This kind of reward is instead missing for the pas...
Conference Paper
Several business models based on the use of web platforms have recently become more widespread. These are generally called “peer-to-peer” models, and are much disputed because of their impact on the traditional economy. In this paper, an analysis of the legal concerns – which are briefly presented by assessing a recent Italian court case – introduc...

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The aim of this research project is to investigate from several disciplinary perspectives (law, engineering, economy and sociology) on how virtual assistants may improve but also complicate elderly’s everyday life in the incoming IoT domestic system.
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Project involving Digital forensics and new technologies
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One-year project on legal aspects of Distributed Ledger Systems