Florent Thouvenin graduated from and completed his doctoral thesis at the University of Zurich. Before returning to academia, he worked as a clerk at the Zurich District Court and as a lawyer with one of the big swiss law firms. Florent is associate professor of information and communications law at the University of Zurich, chairman of the Center for Information Technology, Society, and Law (ITSL) and Director of the Digital Society Initiative (DSI) of the University of Zurich as well as associate fellow at the Collegium Helveticum. His main research areas are information law, intellectual property law and unfair competition law with a key focus on data protection and copyright law.
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