Tommaso Fia joins CIIR as guest researcher
Tommaso Fia is a PhD Researcher at the Department of Law of the European University Institute (EUI). His research interests encompass governance of non-personal data, data ownership, the commons and property theory.
In his doctoral research project he investigates whether the theories of the commons can provide viable normative grounds as to opening up access to non-personal data, and explores the relevant implications for (intellectual) property and contract law.
He is one of the coordinators of the Information Society (InfoSoc) Working Group of the EUI, and is a teaching assistant for the modules ‘Private Law in the Digital Markets” and ‘Consumer Law’ of the University of Turin. Before joining the EUI, he worked a data protection specialist and trainee lawyer in an international law firm based in Milan.