Latest blog articles by Catalina Goanta

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    IACL Younger Scholars Forum (Fukuoka, 25 July 2018) – A Brief Overview

    7 August 2018
    ‘Technology and Innovation: Challenges for Traditional Legal Boundaries’ Workshop The 20th Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL) took place this year in Fukuoka, Japan, between 22-28 July. Apart from bringing together established comparative law scholars from different fields and jurisdictions, the Congress also hosted the first edition of the IACL Younger Scholars Forum, convened by Richard Albert(Professor of Law at the University of Texas at Austin), the former president of the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society...
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    Facebook’s data sharing practices under unfair competition law - longread

    14 June 2018
    This is a brief analysis of Facebook’s data sharing practices under unfair competition rules in the US and EU. A paper on this topic co-authored by myself and MEPLI research fellow Stephan Mulders will be available shortly, and it will be presented at the Amsterdam Privacy Conference in October 2018.
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    The Land Portal Foundation partners up with UM for student research project on land governance

    19 March 2018
    Research education is one of Maastricht University’s CORE values: to take the university social responsibility seriously by linking the university to society, from the local to the global level, and to do so by creating open access knowledge which can further strengthen connections with society.
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    Hackathons as research & education: Rethinking Justice Hackathon

    9 March 2018
    3-4 March 2018, Brightlands Smart Services Campus Making the world a better place is easier said than done. Ours is a shared world: citizens, businesses, states and institutions all face the same risks and challenges, and so there is a constant need for society to innovate - to find better ways of doing things. Ideally, this can be done in order to bring about more justice in the world. What we mean by justice is simply more fairness, in the way in which citizens, civil society, businesses and public institutions interact with one another.
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