In today’s information society, the idea of citizenship has changed. The Internet has forced a rethinking of legal regulation and its strict territoriality. How have rights and, more generally, rules changed in the time of the Internet?
This line of research is devoted to studies in ICT law, including legal issues related to the development of legal information systems. It focuses on various aspects such as studies and research on the subject of public information technology law, with a predominant interest in research on digital administration; “new rights” in the information society; legal profiles of Open Government and Open Data; legal profiles of Internet Governance; legal and legal-informatics issues related to the application of new technologies to the activities of public and private entities (e.g., provision of online public services; use of technological platforms; definition of operational schemes, models and standards).