Chair for Civil Law, Liability Law and Law of Digitization

Prof. Dr. Benedikt Buchner, LL.M. (UCLA)

Curriculum vitae, publications, lectures and third-party funded projects

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The Chair Team

Contact information of the secretary`s office, research assistants and student assistants

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Education and Studies

Informations regarding the courses and the main research interest of the chair

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Latest News

EARLY - Evaluating, identifying and reducing determinants of mental health conditions in youth

The EARLY project - Evaluating, identifying and reducing determinants of mental health conditions in youth - aims to provide healthcare professionals and authorities with access to evidence-based, innovative and cost-effective interventions as well as to develop corresponding education and implementation strategies. The Chair of Prof. Dr. Buchner is examining data security and privacy aspects of collecting patient-related data in connection with mental health issues in young people.

EARLY / Horizont Europa 2

New Release: Commentary on the GDPR BDSG, 4th Edition 2024

Published by Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kühling, LL.M. and Prof. Dr. Benedikt Buchner, LL.M. (UCLA)

The leading Commentary on the GDPR and the BDSG has been published in its 4th Edition and is now accessible via beck-online.

Further information is available here:

Kühling/Buchner DS-GVO BDSG

Proofreading assistants wanted

The Chair of Civil Law, Liability Law and Digitalization Law (Prof. Dr. Benedikt Buchner, LL.M.) is looking for assistants for the correction of final lecture exams.

Thematically, the exams mainly deal with questions and problems of the general part of civil law as well as the general law of obligations. The employment period extends from the beginning of March to mid-April. Remuneration is in the form of contracts for work.

Working group "Social Resilience"

Social resilience is a dynamic field of study that examines the ability of individuals, communities and societies to withstand and recover from various challenges and adversities, and to cope, adapt and transform social structures to better cope with future disturbances.
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White Paper: Improving record linkage for health research in Germany

The White Paper: Improving record linkage for health research in Germany has been published.

You can read the full post (in German) by clicking on the arrow link.

Augsburg jurists are helping to exploit health data for research purposes.

Interview with Prof. Dr. Benedikt Buchner.
Here you can read the full article in Issue 21 - Summer 2023 on page 4 (in German).

The End of the Data El Dorado - Verfassungsblog

Antitrust and data protection law go hand in hand in the meta-judgment of the European Court of Justice

The age of the "data El Dorado" is probably over. Following the epochal ruling of the European Court of Justice in the Meta case (Case C-252/21, July 4, 2023), the business model of Big Data companies will have to change fundamentally - to protect their users from abuse of their personal data and the public from abuse of the dominant positions of these companies.

You can read the full post by clicking on the arrow link.

Informational Human Rights and Digital Society

Edited by Benedikt Buchner and Thomas Petri.
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Informationelle Menschenrechte

Third-Party Funded Projects

Information on project content, project staff and project sponsors.

Current projects:
- EARLY / Horizont Europa
- EAsyAnon
- NFDI4Health
- SKINET
- Data against performance
- Strengthening protection of personal data in the health sector: a comparative analysis of the Tanzanian and German eHealth System

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Contact information

Chairholder
Prof. Dr. Benedikt Buchner - Chair for Civil Law, Liability Law and Law of Digitization

Secretary's Office:

Phone.: +49 (0) 821 598-4715

E-Mail: sekretariat.buchner@jura.uni-augsburg.de

 

Office hours: by appointment at the following times

Monday:        12:00-16:00

Tuesday:       07:30-11:30
Wednesday:  12:00-16:00
Thursday:      07:30-11:30

 

Building H - Room 1302

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