Georgios Bouchagiar is a doctoral researcher in criminal law and technology at the University of Luxembourg and the Free University of Brussels.
He holds a Law degree (Athens Law School 2011), a Master of Science degree in Information Technology (High Honours, Ionian School of Informatics and Information Science 2018) and a Master of Laws degree in Law and Technology (With Distinction, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society 2019).
After an 8-year-period of practicing Information Law, he engaged in the academia. Since 2018, his professional experience has included tutoring and lecturing on Information Law and General Principles of Law (Ionian University 2018); research on Information Law and Distributed Ledger Technology (University of Amsterdam/University of Antwerp 2018); and practice on face recognition and spying technologies (Tilburg University 2019).
His recent publications have focused on data driven decision-making, human rights and the fiduciary concept.
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