The Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Szczecin invites you to participate in the next course at our Faculty conducted in English. The course entitled Digitization and the Criminal Law started from April 13. Course leaders: István Ambrus Ph.D. dr. habil. Associate Professor (Eötvös Loránd University).
April 13, 12 a.m.-4. p.m.
Digitalisation and the Criminal Law. Problems, definitions and research issues. Digitalisation and the possible changes of the definition of the criminal offence
April 27, 12 a.m.-4. p.m.
Digitalisation and the imposition of criminal sanctions. Algorithms and sanctioning
May 18, 12.a.m.-4. p.m.
Artificial intelligence and the criminal law. Self-driving cars, electronic scooters, segways and the regulation of traffic offences;
New digital tools: block-chain, smart contracts, credit cards, drones and the criminal law. New forms of theft and fraud Cyber-stalking (harrasment)
May 25 1-4. p.m.
Money laundering and financing terrorism Ethical hacking. Criminal offences committed via the Internet (hate crime, fake news, fear-mongering, blasphemy)
June 7 25, 1-4. p.m.
New types of sexual offences (child pornography, deep fake, revenge porn, upskirting, cyberflashing) COVID19-pandemic and Substantive Criminal Law
June 8, 12 a.m.-4. p.m.