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Maria Laura Spina

Biography: Lawyer. Mediator. Master's degree in Legislation Science. Ordinary Adjunct Professor, Engineering and Society in the Systems Engineering Degree Course at FRSF – UTN. Professor of Law and Information Technologies.​

Abstract: The regulation of technology has always been discussed, but there are areas in which specific regulations are proving increasingly necessary. One such area is that of privacy and personal data protection laws, which we will analyze here in the context of the European and Latin American legal framework.

A second area is that of the labour market, which has been regulated and controlled by the State and Labour Unions since the 20th century. The current changes to the legal landscape, driven by concerns over the future of work in the 21st century, are posing challenges to the development of the law not only in relation to human persons, but also to electronic persons.