Google decides how we should have access to the news, choosing the way it thinks is the most suitable for us. Facebook offers us friends, photos and things we like. Amazon calculates the next book we will read... and in the meantime takes the opportunity to sell it to us. Welcome to the age of the algorithm, data sharing and big data! We may not mind much, but... what happened to our privacy? Conducting a study on privacy means establishing a structure to protect the freedom of the individual and of society. Stefano Rodotà was one of the most important Italian jurists of the twentieth century. Here he presents the theoretical orientation underlying the protocols for the protection of citizens' data, in pages that are as useful for the individual as they are significant for the entire cultural development of society. An essay by Antonello Soro describes Stefano Rodotà's research and his intellectual reflections, while Franco Gallo, president of Treccani, offers an affectionate and moving tribute to the author.
Number of pages: 108
Release date: February 18, 2021.
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