Rossana Ducato is Senior Lecturer in IT Law and Regulation at the School of Law of the University of Aberdeen. She is also affiliated to UCLouvain, where she teaches in the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet course “Clinic on EU Digital Rights, Law, and Design”. Her research interests are always pursued in a comparative vein and range from Privacy and Data Protection to Consumer protection, Intellectual Property Law, and Law and Design, with a special focus on the problems related to new technologies and their impact on society. She is the author of several peer-reviewed articles and chapters in scholarly books about issues related to law and technology with a particular attention to the platform economy, artificial intelligence and data regulation.
At CIPPM, she will continue her comparative research on the text and data mining exceptions in Europe, Japan, and the UK.