Maria Francesca de Tullio

Maria Francesca De Tullio is researcher in Constitutional Law (Federico II University of Naples). She also worked at University of Antwerp, within the project Cultural and Creative Spaces and Cities, and fulfilled a research residency at Université Paris 2. She authored a book on *Substantial Equality and New Dimensions of Political Participation.* Other main areas of research are: counter-terrorism and states of emergency, competition law on the Internet, the collective dimension of privacy in the age of big data.

She is an activist in l’Asilo as well as in Italian and European commons movements, with special reference to creative use of law and negotiations with administrations. She is also a part of the Council of audit on public debt of the city of Naples. She likes sports, nature, and explorations.

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