Il volto dell’amministrazione digitale nel quadro della rinnovata fisionomia dei diritti in rete

Fernanda Faini

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The contribution intends to examine the evolution that has affected the physiognomy of the digital administration in the latest regulatory reforms and to reflect on the tools introduced for this purpose, highlighting strengths and weaknesses. Under the evolutionary thrust of the digital society and in the light of the emergence of principles constituted by digitalisation, transparency and data protection, in recent years the face of public administration matures under three guidelines, which will be the object of analysis. Firstly, the administration is characterized by a greater openness towards the community, to which more extensive and effective instruments are conferred, such as the different access tools and the possibility of reusing open data. Secondly, digitalisation becomes “radicalized” and, in addition to the digital by default and digital first inspiring criteria, introduces the principle of digital only with greater weight in key aspects of public activity. Thirdly, the legal framework on data protection leads to a digitalisation that changes “skin” and that becomes adequate by design and by default for data protection, protecting the person in a preventive way, strengthening accountability and clarifying the duties and responsibilities of administrations.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] The face of digital administration in the context of the renewed physiognomy of online rights
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)1099-1120
Numero di pagine22
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2019
Pubblicato esternamente


  • amministrazione digitale
  • apertura
  • cittadinanza digitale
  • data protection
  • digital first
  • digitalizzazione
  • diritti in rete
  • trasparenza


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