Pier Giorgio Chiara
Pier Giorgio Chiara is a doctoral researcher in the Law, Science and Technology Joint Doctorate - Rights of Internet of Everything, funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
He obtained his master’s degree in Law at the University of Turin in June 2019, with the mark 110/110. The master’s thesis (auditors professor Monateri and professor Pagallo) seeked to analyze the scope of liabilities attributable to the AI software and robot manufacturers in the context of tort law.
He is an alumnus of Center for Transnational Legal Studies, semester-long intensive program in international, comparative and transnational law at King’s College London and held by Georgetown Law, Washington DC. He also attended the online course on Copyright law provided by Harvard University.
From October to December 2018, he worked as a legal intern for Studio Barbero S.p.a in the field of the protection of intellectual property rights in Internet, having specific regard to reclaim activities of abusive domain name registrations.
He served an internship at Turin’s police headquarter, in the immigration office, from February to April 2017. He is also a journalist, registered as pubblicista, since October 2016.
His doctoral research focuses on the security and privacy of resource constrained devices.