Régine Debatty blogs on we-make-money-not-art.com, contributes to several European design and art magazines and lectures internationally about the way artists, hackers and interaction designers (mis)use technology.
Giulio Coraggio is a partner in the Intellectual Property & Technology group of the international law firm DLA Piper. He reached considerable expertise in advising prominent technology, healthcare and medical device companies on technology, data protection, telecommunications, Internet and gaming law issues with reference, among others to wearable technologies, eHealth, outsourcing and cloud projects. He is ranked by the legal directories Legal500, Chambers & Partners that defines him as an individual that "stands out for his dedication, knowledge and expertise" and by Who's Who Legal in the section Sports & Entertainment. Giulio is frequently a speaker at gaming, Internet and technology related conferences, and is the blogmaster of the blog GamingTechLaw and regularly contributes to the DLA Piper blogs IPTItaly and All-in as well as to the technology-related online journal Techeconomy.it. Giulio Coraggio graduated in law at the University of Naples and received an LL.M. in Computer and Communications Law at the Queen Mary College, University of London and he is admitted to Italian bar as well as the England and Wales bar association of lawyers.