DANIELA VELLUTINO has a PhD in Communication Science at the University of Salerno and she is currently Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Salerno, where she teaches Public Communication and Institutional Languages.
Her main research themes are the analysis of Italian language for Public Sector Information, more in particular languages for administration and for communication with citizens. She has developed a special interest on Lexicon, Terminology, Specialized Discourse and Language Engineering. She collaborates in the development of IATE (InterActive Terminology for Europe) EU multilingual database. Her latest reasearch project focuses on the study of Sematic Web tecnologies, linked data and domain-specific linguistic resources to Public Sector documents.
In the Department of Political, Social and Communication Sciences she coordinates the work of the “OpenLab for institutional Italian” and she is head of the teaching project “Diritto di Accesso Civico” (Civic Rights Of Access to Public Sector Information) that aims to experiment te use of Open Data in the different forms of writing for Public Sector. This project has created a community for civic monitoring of public funds, in particular the Structural Funds.
The call for proposals of 9 million Euro through the Digital Service Infrastructure of the Connect Europe Facility will fund the creation of national or multinational research hubs on digital media. Such hubs will focus on emerging digital media vulnerabilities, which are of special relevance within the territory and linguistic area in which they will […]
On 2 July, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, ENISA, launched a month-long public consultation for the first candidate cybersecurity certification scheme, the Common Criteria based European cybersecurity certification scheme (EUCC). The scheme aims to replace the existing schemes operating under the SOG-IS MRA for ICT products, to add new elements and to extend the […]
The Commission has adopted guidelines to help Member States implement the revised Audiovisual Media Services Directive. The guidelines will offer a practical tool to ensure the promotion of European works in media content, thereby supporting cultural diversity and greater choice for European consumers. They will also help better protect users of video-on-demand and video-sharing platforms, […]
The revised AVMSD extends certain audiovisual rules to video sharing platforms, including audiovisual content shared on certain social media services. It also strengthens the promotion of cultural diversity, by introducing clear obligations for on-demand services to have at least a 30% share of European content in their catalogue and to ensure the prominence of this […]