Veronica Piccolo is a Magister Doctor of Law from the University of Parma faculty of law in Italy. She holds a Master of advanced studies in Competition Law and Innovation from LUISS Guido Carli University and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
After serving as a law clerk at the Intellectual Property and Antitrust Department of the Court of Justice of Milan, she interned at the Cabinet of the Commissioner of the Italian Competition Authority, dealing with national and European public policy development of competition and consumer protection within digital markets.
Her research mainly focuses on digital monopolies and how the dominance of a few Internet corporations distorts the competitive dynamics globally and curbs consumer rights.
She is an artificial intelligence enthusiast, with a profound interest in legal and ethical facets related to the use of algorithms for political microtargeting, demand manipulation and price-fixing cartels.