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Second Term

You will learn about the intersection between competition law, innovation, and intellectual property. To do so, you will study intensively the international and European Union legal framework for copyrights, patents, and trademarks.

You will learn about the legal and economic foundations of infrastructure regulation and will get insights into the Digital Economy. You will study the role of online platforms and digital ecosystems, and will examine EU policies to make Europe fit for the digital age, including the Digital Markets Act and the Digital Services Act. You will compare these initiatives with similar regulatory approaches in other jurisdictions, including those for the regulation of artificial intelligence.

This module aims to provide students with insights into different regulated markets. This may include traditional regulated industries such as telecommunications or energy, as well as contemporary regulatory challenges for the protection of personal and/or machine data, or for artificial intelligence.