Self-assessment Network Impact Program – SNIP 

Considering the characteristics and goals of the currently in-development European Digital Strategy, the SNIP Project aims to develop a self-assessment programme for stakeholders to assess users’ vulnerabilities by design and by default in compliance with the newly enacted Regulations approved as part of the EU Digital strategy, with a particular focus on obligations arising from the recently approved Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act.

SNIP is conducted by a two-university team including the University of Bari “Aldo Moro” and the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (Pisa). The Project is coordinated by two under 40 internationally recognised researchers whose expertise and interests are perfectly matching SNIP goals. The research team are carefully identified in order to be able to handle the different activities that the project entails and demonstrate a high-level international expertise in the various investigated fields.

Antonio Davola serves as PI and head of the UniBa Unit, and Caterina Sganga – Associate Professor of Private Comparative Law at Sant’Anna – acts as head of the SSSA Research Unit and associated PI.