Nicolo Zingales

Nicolo Zingales

Nicolo Zingales

 

Professor Pesquisador em Tempo Integral da FGV Direito Rio e do Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade. Coordenador do Núcleo de e-commerce. Mestre em direito pela Università degli Studi di Bologna e Doutor em Direito Internacional da Economia pela Università Bocconi (2013).

 

Nicolo Zingales é Professor de Direito e Regulação da Informação e coordenador do Núcleo de e-Commerce da FGV Direito Rio. Fascinado pela interação de direito, tecnologia e mercados, ele pesquisa sobre vários assuntos em torno de papéis e responsabilidades das plataformas digitais e outros intermediários no ecossistema digital. Publicou numerosos artigos em revistas científicas primariamente de direito de concorrência, responsabilidade dos intermediários, governança de Internet e proteção de dados pessoais, incluindo mais recentemente 'Platform value(s): A multidimensional framework for online responsibility’ (2020) Computer Security and Law Review; BRICS academic report on Digital Era Competition Law: A BRICS Perspective (2019, BRICS Competition Centre); ‘Antitrust intent in an age of algorithmic nudging’ (2019) Journal of Antitrust Enforcement; ‘Data protection considerations in competition analysis: funnel or straitjacket for innovation?’, in P. Nihoul and P. Van Cleynenbreugel, The Role of Innovation in Competition Analysis (Edward Elgar, 2018); ‘Between a Rock and Two Hard Places: WhatsApp at the Crossroad of Competition, Data Protection and Consumer Law’ (2017) Computer Law & Security Review; Platform Regulations: How Platforms Are Regulated and How They Regulate Us (FGV Press, 2017);  e ‘The Legal Framework for SEP Disputes in the EU Post-Huawei: Whither Harmonization?’ (2017) Yearbook of European Law.

A sua pesquisa foi citada, entre outros, pelo Relator Especial sobre a Promoção e Proteção do Direito à Liberdade de Opinião e Expressão, pela UK House of Lords e pelo Parlamento Europeu. Ele é fundador e co-coordenador da Coalizão sobre Responsabilidade das Plataformas do Internet Governance Forum, um membro fundador da MyData Organization e leader do seu Hub brasileiro. Também é filiado ao Stanford Center for Internet and Society, ao Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society e ao Tilburg Law and Economics Center. Antes de estabelecer sua casa acadêmica na FGV, ele trabalhou por 3 anos na Inglaterra (Universidade de Leeds e Universidade de Sussex) e dois anos na Holanda (Universidade de Tilburg). Teve cargos como visitante nas escolas de direito da  University of Western Australia, o Graduate Institute of Geneva, New York University, Harvard University, e no Max Planck Institute for Competition and Innovation. Ele é mestre em direito pela Università degli Studi di Bologna e doutor em direito internacional da economia pela Università Bocconi (2013).

 

Nicolo Zingales is Professor of Information Law and Regulation, and coordinator of the E-commerce research group at FGV law school in Rio de Janeiro. Fascinated by the interaction of law, technology and markets, he researches on a range of issues revolving around the roles and responsibilities of digital platforms and intermediaries in the online ecosystem. He published several articles in scientific journals primarily on competition law, intermediary liability, Internet governance and data protection law, including most recently 'Platform value(s): A multidimensional framework for online responsibility’ (2020) Computer Security and Law Review; BRICS academic report on Digital Era Competition Law: A BRICS Perspective (2019, BRICS Competition Centre); ‘Antitrust intent in an age of algorithmic nudging’ (2019) Journal of Antitrust Enforcement; ‘Data protection considerations in competition analysis: funnel or straitjacket for innovation?’, in P. Nihoul and P. Van Cleynenbreugel, The Role of Innovation in Competition Analysis (Edward Elgar, 2018); ‘Between a Rock and Two Hard Places: WhatsApp at the Crossroad of Competition, Data Protection and Consumer Law’ (2017) Computer Law & Security Review; Platform Regulations: How Platforms Are Regulated and How They Regulate Us (FGV Press, 2017); and ‘The Legal Framework for SEP Disputes in the EU Post-Huawei: Whither Harmonization?’ (2017) Yearbook of European Law.

His research has been cited, among others, by the UN Special Rapporteur for the Protection and Promotion of Freedom of Opinion and Expression, the UK House of Lords, and the European Parliament.  He is founder and co-chair of the Internet Governance Forum’s Dynamic Coalition on Platform Responsibility, a founding member of the MyData Global Network and lead of its Brazilian Hub. He is also currently a Research Associate at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society and an Extramural Fellow at the Tilburg Law and Economics Center. Prior to establishing his academic home at FGV, he worked for three years in the United Kingdom (University of Leeds and University of Sussex), and for two years in the Netherlands (Tilburg Law School). He held visiting appointments at the law schools of the University of Western Australia, the Graduate Institute of Geneva, New York University, Harvard University, and at the Max Planck Institute for Competition and Innovation. He holds a JD from the University of Bologna and a PhD in international law and economics from Bocconi University (2013).