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Xalabarder Plantada, Raquel

The aim of the Internet Law research group is to analyse the legal problems derived from the implementation of digital technology and the Internet within the law. Specifically, it examines intellectual and industrial property, personal data, privacy and image rights, the protection of electronic commerce consumers and users, the liability of Internet services providers, the resolution of online conflicts and the new forms of crime against these laws, within a context of normative (including the international enforcement of laws) and market globalization.

This legal analysis is carried out applying an interdisciplinary approach, which enables the various fields of legal expertise to work together and mutually enrich each other, without foregoing the necessary specialization required by any legal research.

The research team brings a very broad, proven experience in the analysis of the legal implications derived from digital technology and the Internet.

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