Publications

Publications
 20 lip 2023 Dr. Jan Camilleri
Following the introduction of Directive (EU) 2019/1023 on preventive restructuring frameworks, on the discharge of debt and disqualifications, in December of 2022 the Maltese Parliament enacted three Acts which will substantially revolutionize the current Maltese legislation regulating processes of insolvency in Malta.
 13 lip 2023 Dr Susanna Deguara
Yacht financing in Malta is an option for individuals who want to own their own luxury yacht but do not want to pay the full price in cash outright. Due to the risks associated with yacht financing, yacht financing in Malta can be challenging, but it can also provide several benefits to yacht owners.
 26 cze 2023 Dr Susanna Deguara
Legal writers assumed that every ship would carry a crew. Indeed, most of the maritime legislation which regulates the seas currently is based on this very assumption. Today, with the mass adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) on the horizon, it is ripe time to understand how this innovative technology impacts our maritime framework.
 26 cze 2023 Dr. Jan Camilleri
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been one of the most rapidly growing technologies of the past few decades. Its applications can be found in a wide range of sectors, from healthcare to finance, manufacturing, and even in our personal lives. The field of AI has grown and evolved to the point where it has become an integral part of our daily lives, changing the way we work and live.
 21 cze 2023 Dr Mark Zammit
The exponential growth and popularity of the digital world has led to a vast shift in lifestyles during the 21st century, with an overwhelming majority of people globally becoming more socially active, routinely sharing their personal information freely on various online social media platforms. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was promulgated, creating a strong framework of data protection rules enforceable throughout the EU.
 21 cze 2023 Dr Mark Zammit
The latest Austrian DPA ruling on Google Analytics has broad reaching implications for the future of EU-US data transfers and naturally tests the effectiveness of Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) to fill in the gaps left by the Schrems II EU judgement. Whilst the DPA’s ruling can be viewed as safeguarding data subject privacy, it also invariably leaves unanswered issues as to the effects this will have in EU-US relations on media and ecommerce.
 20 cze 2023 Dr Mark Zammit
Meta Ireland has on the 22 May 2023 been given a record fine of €1.2 Billion by the Irish Data Protection Commission for infringing the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) measures on data transfer to third countries, that is, outside the EU/EEA.
 14 cze 2023 Dr Mark Zammit
Privacy vs Data Protection Law
 09 cze 2023 Antoine Saliba Haig
Malta offers three main residence options for EU, EEA and Swiss nationals wishing to relocate to the island. These programs offer the opportunity to live in Malta, while also enjoying all the benefits that come with living on this island.
 06 cze 2023 Dr Maria Chetcuti Cauchi
ChatGPT has taken a different level of presence in the technological world, with this AI system being used to generate all types of literary and artistic content. With the advent of more sophisticated AI systems and the depths in which these can function, the worlds of literary creators have been taken by storm.


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