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Guest Lecturers 2016

In questa pagina inseriremo i guest lecturers dell'edizione 2016 del corso.

Avv. Carlo BlenginoStudio Legale Catalano Penalisti Associati

Carlo Blengino lives in Turin and is a lawyer and a partner of the legal firm “Studio Legale Catalano Penalisti Associati”. He deals exclusively with criminal law cases, with special reference to culpable crimes, professional liabilities, economics criminal laws, intellectual property rights, crimes involved with IT and new technologies, defense of privacy and personal data. Since the early nineties, he has debated in law courts the main issues of copyright, from CDs rental to campaigns for file sharing (among his many defenses, the one in the well-known sentence on downloading -Cass.149/07- and the defense of many users in the Peppermint case). He thus gained a concrete experience of sanctions in the area of copyright law. He is a member of the IT Commission within the Bar Council of Turin. He contributes to several on-line magazines, to the magazine “Diritto dell’Informazione e dell’Informatica” of the Calamandrei Foundation and his works are published by Giappichelli Editore, UTET Giuridica and EGEA. He is a fellow of Nexa Center for Internet & Society of Turin Polytechnic.

On. Stefano QuintarelliImprenditore e blogger

Stefano Quintarelli is a serial entrepreneur (and prolific blogger), who pioneered the commercial development of the Internet in Italy. In 2013 he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament as an independent candidate in the list “Scelta Civica”. He graduated in IT science at the University of Milan. In 1989 he founded MI.NE.R.S. (Milano Network Researchers and Students), the student telecom association that developed the first e-mail independent system in Italy. In 1994, he was one of the founder of I.NET, the first commercial ISP in Italy for professionals, that hosted the Milan Internet Exchange (MIX), the first and most important exchange point of ISP traffic in Italy, he also contributed to the birth of AIIP the Italian association of Internet Providers. He was one of the founding members of: CLUSIT, Italian association for IT security; AIPSI, Italian association of professionals of IT security (Italian division of; Equiliber, Association for balanced information on technology innovation; VoIPex, consortium for interoperability, quality and transparency of IP services. He has been a supporter of civic IT backing the first civic networks in Italy (e.g. RCM the civic network of Milan and ONDE - Online Desenzano). He promoted the birth of DMIN.IT, the forum on digital media development in Italy, coordinated by Leonardo Chiariglione (the president of MPEG). He is a supporter of network neutrality and knowledge sharing and he sustained since the beginning the activities of "Condividi la Conoscenza", the conferences organized by sen. Fiorello Cortiana and in 2005 he introduced in Italy the network neutrality topic in a congress with Lawrence Lessig and in other occasions. He is author of many books and papers on Internet published on the most important Italian newspapers and he is scientific coordinator of updating workshops on technological topics for the Italian finance community. He chaired the Italian ISP association (AIIP) till January 2007, he is a member of the Programming committee of Federcomin (innovation services of the Italian federation of industry). He has been awarded by "Corriere della Sera-Economia" as one of the 30 most innovative Italian entrepreneurs.