University of Wroclaw, Poland

Dariusz Adamski


Dariusz Adamski is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, University of Wroclaw, and an alumnus Fulbright Fellow at the Berkman Center for  Internet&Democracy, Harvard Law School. He is a national consultant to the European Commission on matters involving legal and regulatory aspects of ICTs. He has extensive experience as a coordinator and key staff member in European and national RTD projects
including, inter alia, ALIS (Automated Legal Intelligent System) and ECLECT (Electronic Communications Legal Expertise Transfer) FP6 projects. Dr. Adamski provides legal consultancy to government and commercial organisations. He has published in the area of ICT law, privacy and data protection.

•    ADAMSKI, D., Google, The Guilds, And The Reading Public: Settlement Is Code Is
Law?, New York Law School Media Law&Policy, no 19(1)/2010
•    ADAMSKI, D., Broadband Stimulus Policy in Europe and the US: A comparative Review, New York Law School Media Law&Policy, no 18(2)/2009
•    ADAMSKI, D., Retencja danych telekomunikacyjnych - uwagi de lege ferenda wynikające z przepisów wspólnotowych, Monitor Prawniczy (Appendix), no. 4/2007
•    ADAMSKI, D., Ochrona danych w telekomunikacji, Monitor Prawniczy(Appendix), no. 4/2007
•    ADAMSKI, D., Ochrona tajemnicy telekomunikacyjnej po wdrożeniu do prawa polskiego unormowań wspólnotowych, Prawo i ekonomia w telekomunikacji, no. 2/2005



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Start date: May 2010
End date: April 2013
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