The purpose of this course is to teach the fundamental institutions of Information Technology Law and the legal relevance of the main IT tools with particular regard to their operations in the tourism sector. Furthermore, the course aims to develop in students the skills necessary to analyze the legal issues relating to the use of the network, both to access it and use the services made available or to purchase goods or services, and for inclusion in the network. network of sites, information, its products or services. The foregoing is oriented to the application whose knowledge can be particularly useful to those who work in the tourism sector which has been profoundly innovated by the digital revolution.
Full understanding of the subject and ability to comprehend:
The student shall demonstrate a complete understanding of general principles and fundamental notions of the subject, with specific reference to the discipline currently regulating the use of the Internet.
Ability to apply the acquired understanding to practical questions:
The student shall acquire a strong knowledge concerning the rules relevant to the subject and their collocation within the juridical system. Moreover, he or she shall demonstrate the capability to apply acquired notions to the main practical problems arising from real-life practice.
The student shall acquire such a level of knowledge on the subject so as to be able to apply acquired notions to practical problems: the student shall also demonstrate his or her ability to deal with the balancing of different relevant interests concerning addressed problems.
The student shall exhibit good control of technical-juridical language and expressions.
The student shall demonstrate a good capability of understanding general principles of the subject and the problems stemming from their application, with specific reference to the virtual environment.
It is useful for students to have basic knowledge of private and public law.
1. Sources of Information Technology Law.
2. Self-regulation on the network.
3. Internet and the Law:
a. The accesscontract for the Internet
b. Domain names.
c. Privacy e personal rights on the Internet.
4. Contracts with an informaticobject.
5. On linenegotiations:
b. Means of payment
c. Consumerprotectiononthe Internet
d. Tourist and telematiccontracts
6. Tort law online.
1.Sources of Information Technology Law. 2. Self-regulation on the network. 3. Internet and the Law: a. The access contract for the Internet b. Domain names. c. Privacy e personal rights on the Internet.
4. Contracts with an informatic object. 5. On linenegotiations: a. Telematiccontract b. Means of payment c. Consumer protectiononthe Internet d. Tourist and telematic contracts
6. Tort law online.
The training process includes:
- theoretical framing lessons that focus on the themes in which the course program is structured;
- practical exercises and discussions to promote the development of the critical sense and the ability to apply the logical-analytical tools dealt with during the lessons;
- reading and discussing articles of newspapers and specialized journals on subjects relevant to the theoretical issues dealt with in the course.
Manuale di diritto dell’informatica, curated by D. Valentino, 3rd ed., Esi, Napoli, 2016: Part I: Chap. I e III- Part II: Chap. I, II, III- Part III: Chap. I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII- Part: IV: Chap. I, II, III, VIII- Part V: Chap. I
The exam consists of an oral test aimed at verifying the level reached of the expected results indicated above in relation to the content of the course, in particular, the level acquired by the student of the knowledge and understanding of the topics covered in the course and the interpretative, applicative and expository competence. of the main institutes of IT law. The duration of the oral exam varies from about 30 to 40 minutes. A total of 3 questions are formulated. The first question will be formulated on one of the topics contained in nos. 1, 2 and 3 of the program and up to a maximum of 10 points will be awarded.
The second question, on the other hand, will address one of the topics contained in nos. 4 and 5a and 5b of the program and up to a maximum of 10 points will be awarded. The third question will concern a topic contained in nos. 5c and 5d of the program and up to a maximum of 10 points will be awarded.
The final grade is given by the sum of the three scores. To be considered passed the oral exam it will be necessary to acquire a minimum overall score of 18/30.
There are no intermediate tests.