Elisa Orrù is Associate Professor for Philosophy at the Freiburg University. Her current research interests lie in the area of practical philosophy and focus on ethics of emerging technologies (especially digital artifacts and artificial intelligence), digital security practices in the European Union (big information systems, the PNR-directive and risk-based approaches), privacy and surveillance. She is furthermore interested in the dialectic between universalism and particularism of fundamental rights and justice theories. She previously holds a PhD in Philosophy of Law from the University of Pisa and spent research periods at, among others, the Max-Planck-Institutes in Freiburg and Heidelberg and at Princeton University.
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