Consulta OnLine (periodico online) ISSN 1971-9892

 

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 ORESTE POLLICINO

Freedom of Expression and the European Approach to Disinformation and Hate Speech: The Implication of the Technological Factor

(25.02.2020)

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 RAFFAELE MANFRELLOTTI

Le radici romanistiche della tutela costituzionale degli interessi legittimi

(24.02.2020)

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 FRANCESCO RIMOLI

Democrazia, populismo digitale e “neointermediazione” politica: i rischi del cittadino telematico

(24.02.2020)

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STEFANIA NINATTI

Transitional constitutionalism e accordo di pace in Colombia. Prime riflessioni

(19.02.2020)

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MARCO OLIVETTI

Prime considerazioni sul difficile avvio di un processo costituente in Cile

(19.02.2020)

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ARIANNA VEDASCHI

Intelligenza artificiale e misure antiterrorismo alla prova del diritto costituzionale

(17.02.2020)

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SIMONE SCAGLIARINI

Tecnologie informatiche e procedimento elettorale: un matrimonio che s’ha da fare

(17.02.2020)

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PAOLO BIANCHI

Piesczek e l’Indipendent Oversight Board di FB: piccoli passi verso la censura collaterale

(10.02.2020)

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ANDREA PISANESCHI

Reti sociali ed elezioni: il fallimento del mercato e il quadro regolatorio europeo

(03.02.2020)

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GIORGIO REPETTO

Recenti orientamenti della Corte costituzionale in tema di sentenze di accoglimento manipolative

(03.02.2020)

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FRANCESCO DAL CANTO

Il Consiglio superiore della magistratura tra crisi e prospettive di rilancio

(30.01.2020)

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GAETANO SILVESTRI

Weimar cent’anni dopo. Quali insegnamenti per l’oggi?

(27.01.2020)

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ELENA MALFATTI

Giurisprudenza costituzionale e “questioni tecniche”: i poteri istruttori della Corte costituzionale

(27.01.2020)

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DILETTA TEGA

Il superamento del “modello Granital. Le questioni in materia di diritti fondamentali tra incidente di costituzionalità e rinvio pregiudiziale

(27.01.2020)

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ANTONIO SAITTA

Giorgio La Pira e la rifondazione costituzionale

(20.01.2020)

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The paper is mainly focused on the influence of Giorgio La Pira in the elaboration of the Catholic political thought in Italy after the Second World War and in the writing of the text of the Constitution.

In particular, it is pointed out how already in some essays of the Thirties the Author developed the personalist principle that will constitute the bedrock of the whole constitutional rights system.

With the same foresight, in the days when the Second World War broke out, La Pira condemned vehemently any offensive war and, on the other hand, he argued the legitimacy of the use of force against the powers that kill and deny the fundamental rights of peoples.

A particular attention is also deserved to La Pira’s speeches during the work of the Constituent Assembly, where he felt the need to put the theme of work at the core of the new constitutional building and to encourage the cross-fertilization between the Catholic-social doctrine, the liberalism and the socialism.

At the end, the contribution of the Florentine politician to the strenghtening of the political identity of the party Democrazia Cristiana is examined.

 

ELENA BINDI

I confini applicativi del ne bis in idem: dall’automatismo alla discrezionalità del giudice

(13.01.2020)

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CARLO CASONATO

Costituzione e intelligenza artificiale: un’agenda per il prossimo futuro

(13.01.2020)

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Constitution and artificial intelligence: an agenda for the near future

The Italian Constitution was written in 1946 and 1947, when the Turing test was not even developed. Yet, a number of principles contained in it can be effectively applied in order to obtain a human-centered Artificial Intelligence. This article deals with a few constitutional principles (democracy, sovereignty, equality, etc.) in order to identify new rights (such as the right to know about the rationale behind the AI decision, the right to know about the artificial or human nature of the entity I am talking with, the right to a decision not based only on automated processing) that can make AI a valuable resource – and not a threat – for individuals and the community.

 

 

VINCENZO BALDINI

COSTITUZIONE E RAZIONALIZZAZIONE DELLA POLITICA. Aspetti problematici di un distico dilemmatico in “moto perpetuo”

(09.01.2020)

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UGO ADAMO

In mancanza di risposte da parte del Legislatore e in attesa di quelle che potrà comunque darne, la Corte decide sui profili della regolazione dell’aiuto al suicidio medicalizzato

(09.01.2020)

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In the absence of a reply from the Legislator and in expectation of what it could be, the Italian Constitutional Court decides on the regulation of medically assisted suicide

Concerning the matter of assisted suicide, the sentence n. 249 of 2019 of the Italian Constitutional Court has declared the partial constitutional illegitimacy of Penal Code article 580 and reiterated the content of Order n. 207 of 2018. Even though is the penal matters, the Court has "decided to decide" on various aspects because the Parliament did not respond to the indications of the 2018 Order. This article analyzes specifically this last point.

 

 

 

PAOLA BILANCIA

Dignità umana e fine vita in Europa

(07.01.2020)

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ANGELO MATTIONI

"Novita" intorno alla legge regionale dopo le revisioni costituzionali. Qualche 'astratta' considerazione

(20.12.2019)

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CLAUDIO PANZERA

La liberta' sindacale dei militari in un'atipica sentenza sostitutiva della Corte costituzionale

(19.12.2019)

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FULVIA ABBONDANTE – SALVATORE PRISCO

I nodi problematici nel processo di attuazione dell’autonomia regionale differenziata, tra questioni giuridiche e obiettivi politico-economici

(19.12.2019)

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GLADIO GEMMA

La democrazia non ė un fine, ma un mezzo per superiori fini etico-politici

(07.11.2019)

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PAOLO CARNEVALE - DANIELE CHINNI

To be or not to be (online)? Qualche considerazione sul rapporto fra web e organi costituzionali

(25.11.2019)

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SAULLE PANIZZA

Una questione di (scarsa) trasparenza nella determinazione del costo medio del rimpatrio. Brevi osservazioni sulla sanzione amministrativa accessoria a carico dei datori di lavoro che impiegano cittadini di Paesi terzi il cui soggiorno è irregolare

(25.11.2019)

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GIORGIO GRASSO

Il diritto costituzionale nelle riviste elettroniche. Un omaggio a Pasquale Costanzo

(25.11.2019)

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ANDREA DEFFENU

Sul potere di grazia del Presidente della Repubblica nella prassi più recente

(25.11.2019)

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MARCO RUOTOLO

L’interpretazione conforme a Costituzione torna a casa?

(31.10.2019)

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ROBERTO DI MARIA

Brevi considerazioni su democrazia parlamentare, pluralismo e lobbying

(31.10.2019)

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PIETRO PINNA

La legislazione e la giurisdizione

(31.10.2019)

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CRISTINA GRISOLIA

Ragionando sui diritti fondamentali

(31.10.2019)

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EUGENIO DEMARCO

Qualche considerazione in tema di referendum costituzionale (usi impropri di un istituto posto a garanzia del sistema?)

(31.10.2019)

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CAMILLA BUZZACCHI

Il sistema di finanziamento delle Regioni ad autonomia differenziata nel quadro dell’art. 119 Cost.: il federalismo asimmetrico come variabile di quello simmetrico

(31.10.2019)

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ENRICO ALBANESI

A protezione del Veglio di Creta. Il ruolo costituzionale della procedura d’infrazione dell’UE a garanzia del ruolo metacostituzionale del rinvio pregiudiziale

(31.10.2019)

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QUIRINO CAMERLENGO

Riflessioni controcorrente sul divieto di mandato imperativo negli ordinamenti regionali

(30.07.2019)

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CESARE PINELLI

Input legitimacy e output legitimacy dell’Unione europea: a che punto siamo?

(24.07.2019)

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ANNAMARIA POGGI

Diritto a Internet o diritto alla libertà di manifestazione del pensiero?

(19.07.2019)

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SILVIO GAMBINO

Alcune osservazioni sui diritti fondamentali europei e sul “multilevel constitutionalism

(19.07.2019)

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LIDIANNA DEGRASSI

L’industria cinematografica tra libertà e autorità

(27.06.2019)

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The Film Industry between Freedom and Authority

In the essay they reveal two different material profiles: the cultural one (cinematography as art) and the economic one (the industrialization of the sector), thus highlighting that we are in front of a private sector.

The publicist approach has considered the tight intertwining between culture and economy, both on the legislative implementation level.

The constitutional framework has first of all posed the question of the connection of the double material profile to the general category of cultural and economic initiative, respectively, and the question of guarantees of public intervention in the sector, thus having to face the problem of the distribution of competences respectively of the cinematographic art as an intellectual property, of exclusive competence of the State, and of cultural and economic promotion of the film industry, of concurrent competence between State and Regions.

With regard to legislative implementation plan, it was demonstrated that, in compliance with the double freedom (cultural and economic ones) guaranteed by the Constitution, positive actions must be of an indirect promotional nature, an attempt was made to understand whether the legislator actually acted in this way, or whether it has carried out protection policies, more invasive toward the film industry market and even more expensive for the public economy.

To this last end the recent reform of the sector made by law No. 220 of 2016 “Discipline of the cinema and the audiovisual sector”, if on the one hand it introduced important positive indirect actions (such as the tax credit) aimed at strengthening the element of freedom in the sector, on the other hand, it did not have the courage to take the distances from the authoritarian actions once and for all, thus maintaining State cinematography in the third millennium.

 

 

CARMELA SALAZAR

Diritti e algoritmi: la gig economy e il “   ”, tra giudici e legislatore

(26.06.2019)

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Human rights and algorithms: the gig economy and the “Foodora case-law”, between judges and legislators

The article examines the legal implications of the gig economy in a free market system.

The author underlines the growing importance of the use of digital platforms and examines their consequences on fundamental rights.

She concludes with the hope that the state remains the subject called to protect the same fundamental rights, believing that the construction of a technological (and not technocratic) constitutionalism requires a legislator able to decide, in dialogue with scientists, the more appropriate use and development of the new technologies.

 

 

PAOLO PASSAGLIA

Ancora sul fondamento costituzionale di I         nternet. Con un ripensamento

(26.06.2019)

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Still about the constitutional foundation of the Internet. With an afterthought.

 The author describes the results of the studies carried out on the constitutional bases of the Internet, with the aim of verifying its solidity in the light of technological evolution, in terms of constant compliance with constitutional rules.

In this perspective, the "rethinking" mentioned in the title reveals the need to constantly monitor the right of new technologies in parallel with the progress of scientific acquisitions.

 

 

FULVIO PASTORE

Dal programma al contratto di governo

(25.06.2019)

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From the program to the government contract

The author examines the relationship between the government program and the vote of confidence, moving from the analysis of the evolution from 1948 to the 1993, to propose a final reflection on the current legislature.

The article points out the innovation of the "Contract for the government of change", stipulated between the two majority political parties (Lega and Movimento 5 Stelle), to offer a critical view of this one and to identify useful corrections in future time.

 

 

MARILISA D’AMICO

Giustizia costituzionale e tecniche decisorie

(06.03.2019)

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MIGUEL REVENGA SÁNCHEZ

El discurso del odio: entre la trivialización y la hiper-penalización

(13.02.2019)

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PETER LEYLAND

Online Dispute Resolution in the UK: Not Just a Justice Substitute?

(10.02.2019)

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PAOLO CARETTI

Il pluralismo informativo e la Rete

(24.10.2018)

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ANTONIO RUGGERI

Corte costituzionale, Corti europee, giudici comuni: le aporie di una costruzione giurisprudenziale in progress e a geometria variabile

(24.10.2018)

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Constitutional Court, European Courts, Common Judges: the aporias of a jurisprudential construction in progress and with variable geometry

The author does his best to analyze in depth the relations between the Courts, adopting as a visual angle the Constitutional Court and its jurisprudence, sometimes moving on to the European Courts and even the Court of Cassation. In particular, it is analyzed how the scope of action of the Constitutional Court moves, on the one hand, on the level of relations of domestic law, especially with political and institutional operators and judges, and on the other hand on the level of inter-institutional relations with the European Courts. According to the author, if the dialogue between the Courts has in some cases led to the compression of national autonomy in relation to certain institutions or rules, from the point of view of the protection of rights, instead, the confrontation with supranational judges has ensured an extension of safeguards, although the Constitutional Court in some cases has taken steps to use defense techniques that prevent the jurisprudence and supranational legislation to interfere with internal judges (think of the 269 of 2017 on the nature of the Charter of Nice)

 

 

 

 

Consulta OnLine (periodico online) ISSN 1971-9892