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Digitalization and Law

Digitalization is the decisive technology of the 21st century. Digitalization is not a temporary phenomenon. At a rapid speed, it changes our society permanently. Law, as a mirror and binding framework of society, must react to economic and cultural change. An essential task of the law in the foreseeable future is, therefore, to accompany and shape digital change.

The Institute for Digital Law Trier (IRDT) seeks to actively participate in this process and set visible, substantive priorities in legal research on digitization.

The four-director team together researches:

  • Human autonomy in the digital age
  • Dominance and Power in the digital age
  • Data and intellectual property rights in the digital age
  • Security of the digital space
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