Yianna Danidou

'Legal Implications of Trusted Computing'

B.Sc., M.Sc.

Biography

Publications:

  1. Danidou, Y., & Schafer, B. (2011). Legal Environments for Digital Trust:
    Trustmark, Trusted Computing and the Issue of Legal Liability. In S. Mercado Kierkegaard (Ed.), Law across Nations.
  2. Danidou, Y., & Schafer, B. (2009). 'In Law We Trust? Trusted Computing and Legal Responsibility for Internet Security' in Gritzalis, Dimitris; Lopez, Javier (eds) Emerging Challenges for Security, Privacy and Trust (Springer, 2009) pp 399-409.
  3. Danidou, Y. (2007). Legal Implications of Trusted Computing. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 22nd British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA), Hertfordshire, UK.

Journals:

Danidou, Y., & Schafer, B. (2011). ‘Trust me, I'm a computer’ – Trusted Computing and the law between liability and responsibility. Information & Communications Technology Law, 20(3), 185-199. doi:10.1080/13600834.2011.603962

 

 

 

 

  1. Danidou, Y., & Schafer, B. (2011). ‘Trust me, I'm a computer’ – Trusted Computing and the law between liability and responsibility. Information & Communications Technology Law, 20(3), 185-199. doi:10.1080/13600834.2011.603962
  2. Danidou, Yianna, & Schafer, Burkhard. (2011). Trusted computing and the digital crime scene. Digital Evidence & Elec. Signature L. Rev. , 8 111 - 123.
  3. Danidou, Yianna, & Schafer, Burkhard. (2012). Legal environments for digital trust: Trustmarks, trusted computing and the issue of legal liability. Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology, 7(3). 

Contributions:

  1. D16.4: Study on the relevance of Trusted Infrastructures For E-Voting". FIDIS (Future of Identity in the Information Society): Privacy and the legal-social content of identity. 2009.

Co-editor:

The Cyprus Journal of Sciences - The Journal of American College. (since 2008)