Giuseppe de vita

Giuseppe De Vita is a journalist at Brussels Morning News, He is covering European politics, Law and Technology news. Lawyer at De Vita & Partners Law Firm specializing in Criminal Law, Military and Space Law, and Cyber Security. In April 2023, he authored the monograph "Governance in Extraterrestrial Space", showcasing his extensive legal expertise. He has acquired vast experience in handling criminal and civil matters, managing litigation before various levels of jurisdiction across the national territory. In 2010, he obtained a Master's degree in Information Technology Law. Additionally, in the same year, he served as a teacher in criminal-IT subjects at the Penitentiary Police School of Portici, providing courses aimed at officials and managers of the Penitentiary Police and the Penitentiary Administration, focusing on IT security. He also serves as a Workplace Safety teacher, conducting training courses at various organizations and educational institutions. Moreover, he is a lecturer on Anti-Corruption and Transparency.
The law firm, under his guidance, assists both private and corporate clients in court, accumulating significant experience in criminal and civil disputes over the years. Furthermore, it conducts Risk Management and Compliance, Cyber Resilience, and Cyber Security activities, with a specific focus on privacy protection (EU Regulation 2016/679 - GDPR). Giuseppe frequently publishes articles in legal journals, analyzing various regulatory issues. He has contributed articles to the legal journal Altalex, of which he is also a member of the Scientific Committee.
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EU high representative and Latvian minister call for continued aid to Ukraine

Riga (The Brussels Morning Newspaper) - EU High Representative, Josep Borrell Fontelles and Latvian Minister of Foreign Affairs,…

EU Commission greenlights €4.2 Billion for Ukraine’s economic stability

Brussels (The Brussels Morning Newspaper) - The EU Commission has issued a positive assessment for the foremost regular…

MEP Diana Șoșoacă expelled for disruptive behaviour in EU Parliament

Strasbourg (The Brussels Morning Newspaper) - Far-right Romanian MEP Diana Șoșoacă was expelled from the European Parliament session…

EU Parliament rebukes Viktor Orban for unauthorized Russia visit

Strasbourg (The Brussels Morning Newspaper) - The European Parliament has vehemently criticised Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban for…

ECJ backs EU Commission’s gatekeeper designation for TikTok

Brussels (The Brussels Morning Newspaper) - The EU Court of Justice supported the European Commission’s choice to designate…

EU Commission halts commissioner attendance at Hungarian EU presidency meetings

Brussels (The Brussels Morning Newspaper)- The European Commission will not send specialist commissioners to informal gatherings arranged by…

Key EU commissioners step down for EU Parliamentary roles

Brussels (The Brussels Morning Newspaper) - In a notable development within the European Commission, Commissioners Adina Vălean and…

EXCLUSIVE: Updated on Donald Trump assassination attempt at Pennsylvania rally

Washington (The Brussels Morning Newspaper) - Donald Trump Trump survived an assassination attempt at a Pennsylvania rally. The…

European commission urges swift debt deal as Ukraine nears default

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - The European Commission has insisted private creditors “swiftly” reach an arrangement with the Ukrainian…

MEPs move to suspend Hungary’s voting rights in EU Council

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - MEPs have penned a letter to EU leaders aiming to block representatives from Hungary…

Irish MEP Seán Kelly calls for immediate action on Irish language services in EU Parliament

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - Seán Kelly argued that Irish speakers in Northern Ireland, who hold Irish passports, can…

EU Council president Charles Michel warns against punishing Hungary for Russia talks

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - European Council President Charles Michel cautioned against punishing Hungary over Viktor Orban's Russia visit,…

EU commission extends affordable calls agreement for Ukraine

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - The European Commission today on 10 July 2024 welcomes the fifth extension for another…

EU Commission investigates Slovakia’s NAJPI aid compliance

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - The European Commission investigates Slovakia's aid to NAJPI a.s. for glass sand extraction, questioning…

Orbán’s writes letter to EU Council president on Russia-Ukraine talks

Brussels (Brussels Morning) - Hungarian PM Viktor Orbán visited Russia, discussed Ukraine with Putin and wrote to EU…