In September 2019, I joined the department of Philosophy as a Ph.D. candidate with a research project defined under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 program ‘PROTECT- Protecting Personal Data Amidst Big Data Innovation’. The EU’s Marie-Sklodowska-Curie ITN grant funds this project.
My research within the PROTECT project centres on the analysis of data-related regulations from an ethical perspective. The objective is to develop an interoperable Privacy Paradigm that promotes trust and transparency. Specifically, my Ph.D. project investigates privacy concerns related to large datasets. One of my main focuses is on group rights to privacy or how advanced data analytics has highlighted the limitation of traditional informational rights to privacy in the protection of individuals. Additionally, I examine how machine learning models affect the social value of privacy by impacting trust relationships between individuals who share their data and those responsible for handling them. 

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