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Post-doc researcher in public comparative law in the EU Project ASGARD at Dublin City University (DCU). She deals with Data Protection issues in Security and Surveillance Domains. She is also affiliated staff in the DCU BREXIT Institute. Current research topics data protection rights, data protection in public sector (healthcare and security/surveillance), human rights law, law and new technologies.
January 2017 - present
- PostDoc Position
- Post-doc researcher in public comparative law in the European Project ASGARD at Dublin City University (DCU). She deals with Data Protection issues in Security and Surveillance Domains.
August 2013 - December 2016
- PostDoc Position
- Post-doc researcher in public comparative law at Parma University, where she addressed different topics (EU healthcare rights and patients mobility, smart and better regulation, BRICS Countries).
January 2010 - February 2013
Preliminary insights on the UK Data Protection Bill and BREXIT process
E-health and medical apps: a comparative analysis of data protection regulation Monica Cappelletti Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Internet and Big Data 1 have been having strong influence on our daily life. It is against this background that even more traditional sector, such as health care, has to deal with. Substantial progress h...
The article investigates whether the Brazilian legislator employs a comparative analysis of laws or performs legal transplants in its law making process. It is divided into two sections, besides the introduction and the final remarks. The first section brings a general perspective of the Brazilian legislative decision making process and on the Braz...
Recently the US Supreme Court and the High Court of Australia reopened the debate of bioscience in regard to the patentability of the human genome. Through a comparative analysis of recent decisions, the paper investigates whether the possibility of patenting human genome might be able to answer fundamental questions of combining research, innovati...
The article, after briefly outlining the most important principles of cross-border health care right established by the Court of Justice of the European Union, aims to analyse the recent judgement of this Court on the Petru case (C-268/2013). In this decision, the European judge examines a case related to structural weaknesses (lack of medicines an...
The chapter explores how general principle of minimum standards regarding medical treatment is applied and interpreted by the judiciary in Italian and European case law. Firstly, the attention will be focused on the interpretation of the Italian Constitutional Court, that has defined and applied this principle since 1978, even before its introducti...