Digital Fundamental Rights

Code 578NN
Credits 4

Learning outcomes

The participation of various areas of knowledge in the teaching of the subject (Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Ecclesiastical Law of the State, Private International Law), as well as the reinforcement provided by the participation of external speakers, gives it a multidisciplinary, collaborative and open nature, which allows tackling a wide variety of content, as well as having a rapid capacity to respond and adapt to new developments and technological challenges. This is essential in a subject as dynamic and changing as the one that gives the subject its title. With a merely exemplary character, aspects such as: constitutional, European and global framework of digital rights are discussed, what are the new fundamental digital rights in the technological age.