European Journal of Privacy Law & Technologies

ISSN 2704-8012

 

The European Journal of Privacy Law & Technologies (EJPLT) is a European Law Scientific Journal, generally focused on the relationship between law and new technologies and specifically on that one between privacy law and technology's development.

It aims to gather relevant contributions on the possible regulation of new technologies in a human-centered perspective, thus becoming an enabler for the dissemination of scientific information and research activities throughout the European Union on such fundamental topics.


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Legal Area: La digitalizzazione dei contratti pubblici quale attuazione dei principi costituzionali di buon andamento ed imparzialità

 

Avv. Stefano Ascioni

Qualified to practice before the Italia Supreme Court

 

La digitalizzazione rappresenta un’occasione per la modernizzazione della Pubblica Amministrazione ma soprattutto per realizzare i dettami costituzionali del buon andamento e dell’imparzialità. Di per sé la digitalizzazione non è sufficiente se non viene accompagnata dalla consapevolezza della tutela dell’interesse pubblico.

Digitalization represents an opportunity for the modernization of the Public Administration, but above all for the realization of the constitutional dictates of good progress and impartiality. Digitalization is not enough if it is not accompanied by awareness of the protection of the public interest.

 
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