Guido Scorza is an attorney and research fellow in judicial computer science and new technology laws. He is a professor at the Università di Bologna, Università La Sapienza in Rome and Scuola Ufficiali dell’Arma dei Carabinieri. He holds seminars and courses teaching mainly subjects related to the legal safeguarding of software, intellectual property laws in the information society, information technology-related contracts, and rights of competitors and consumers on the internet. He writes for Computer Business Review, Internet Magazine and Quale computer. He practices law and is partner of his firm, dealing mainly with information technology laws. He founded the Institute for innovation policies; author of several subject-related publications, he is often a guest speaker in conventions and seminars regarding new media. He also writes on his blog.