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Biography

Anna is a PhD Researcher in European and Digital Law at the European University Institute (Florence). She has been researching and teaching EU digital law from a public law perspective. Her PhD research investigates the accountability of transnational online platforms under the novel EU regulatory and supervisory regime, with a focus on the Digital Services Act.

Anna is a co-coordinator of the Digital Public Sphere Working Group at the EUI and an Editor at the European Journal of Legal Studies and the Digital Constitutionalist. She has spoken at and/or worked on the organisation of research conferences, including on the Brussels Effect in EU Digital Governance, the European Ombudsman, EU Digital Public Values, the Digital Services Act, and the Digital Legal Talks. In 2023/24, she will undertake a visiting research stay at the Institute for Information Law at University of Amsterdam and a traineeship at the European Commission DG CNECT. Previously, she studied Law at University of Vienna, where she worked as a research and teaching assistant in criminal and international law.