Emanuele Brambilla

Emanuele Brambilla is a dedicated scholar currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Law at the University of Milan. Based in Milan, Lombardy, Italy, Emanuele has built a strong academic foundation. He holds both a Master’s and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, impressively graduating with the highest honors of 110/110 cum laude for both degrees.

His academic journey has been marked by a keen interest in philosophical and legal studies, particularly focusing on the philosophy of law. Emanuele’s research interests are deeply rooted in exploring the concept of human dignity in the digital context. He is committed to understanding how technological advancements intersect with legal and ethical considerations, particularly how they impact human dignity.

Emanuele is an active follower of academic activities and publications from both the University of Milan and the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, reflecting his ongoing commitment to academic excellence. With eight professional connections and an equal number of followers on LinkedIn, Emanuele is gradually expanding his academic network.

Giulia Pesci

Giulia Pesci is a Researcher at the University of Milan.

Giulia received a research fellowship in Legal Informatics at the Faculty of Law at the University of Milan (supervisors: professors Giovanni Ziccardi and Pierluigi Perri). She won a 12 months scholarships for promising graduates just after her degree in Law from the University of Milan, where she discussed a thesis on hate speech and digital forensics.

Her research is focused on media education, the impact of technology on young people and kids, hate speech, digital divide and educational poverty, data governance of children’s information and digital citizenship.

In the context of her research program, Giulia has produced scientific publications on the topics of interest, is involved in teaching and coordinating activities within Legal Informatics Chair and she is a tutor for the students’ dissertations.

Samanta Stanco

Samanta is a research fellow in Legal Informatics at the Faculty of Law at the University of Milan (supervisors: Professors Giovanni Ziccardi and Pierluigi Perri).

She won a 12-month scholarship for promising graduates immediately after graduating in Law at the University of Milan, where she discussed a thesis on cyberbullying and cyberstalking.

Her research focuses on media literacy, minors, cyberbullying, cyberstalking, online hate speech, responsible use of technology and data governance of children’s information.

She attended a Postgraduate Course in Cybercrime and Digital Investigations – Cyberbullying, cyberstalking, hate crimes among adults and adolescents and protection of weak subjects, at the University of Milan. She also attended the ‘DPO Academy’ advanced training course for the positions of Data Protection Officer (DPO), Privacy Manager and Privacy Specialist, at the law firm Rödl & Partner in Milan. She is qualified to practise as a lawyer. As part of her research programme, Samanta has produced scientific publications on the topics of interest, is involved in teaching and coordination activities within the Chair of Legal Informatics and is a thesis tutor.