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Pablo García Mexía,J.D., Ph.D.

Digital Lawyer


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SUMMER COURSE "PARLIAMENT AND THE DIGITAL WORLD"

OnJuly 11, Pablo García Mexía will participate in the summer course "Parliament and digital world" of the Basque Parliament and organized by the Basque Government, the BBVA Foundation, the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa and the City Council of Donostia-San Sebastián.

More information: https://www.uik.eus/es/curso/parlamento-mundo-digital

To see the full course program:


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WHAT DIGITAL SOCIETY WE WANT. REGULATORY ALTERNATIVES FOR A DIGITALLY SOVEREIGN EUROPE

New book written by Pablo García Mexía together with Jorge Villarino Marzo is now on sale. 

A vertiginous evolution of technological changes is taking place, characterized by increasingly shorter life cycles. The deployment of some disruptive technologies dominates this technological context today. 

More information about the book: 

https://tienda.wolterskluwer.es/p/que-sociedad-digital-queremos 

On July 11, Pablo García Mexía will participate in the summer course "Parliament and the digital world" of the Basque Parliament and organized by the Basque Government, the BBVA Foundation, the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa and the City Council of Donostia-San Sebastián.

Following the recent signing by the EU and the United States, along with 32 other countries, of the Declaration on the Future of the Internet, Carlos Fernández Hernández takes up the key points of the document, which advocates an open, free, global, interoperable, reliable and secure Internet, in line with the commitment to protect and respect...


DIGITAL SINCE 1995

Since in Cambridge, MA. (USA) I first got in touch with the Internet back in 1994-1995, just a few blocks away from the MIT, I have been devoting a substantial part of my professional endeavors to aspects related to its policies and regulation. Convinced as I am of that great good that is the free and open Internet, so am I nonetheless persuaded that the Net is not the Far West, this being the reason why I convey to my college students, to the audiences I speak to or to the clients I advice, that Justice and civil rights are perfectly compatible with such a great lever for freedom and innovation as the Internet has come to be.