Prof. Andrzej Adamski
Doctor of Laws, Professor of Criminal Law and Computer Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. Head of Department of Criminal Law and Criminal Policy.
A legal expert in the United Nations project: Computerization of Information Systems in Criminal Justice (1992). A member of the Council of Europe Committee of Experts on Crime in Cyberspace (2000-2001). A laureate of the Professor Tomasz Hofmokl Award “For Promoting the Idea of Information Society” (2002) in the field of legal regulation and pioneering research on cyber crime in Poland.
A participant of the European thematic network LEFIS (Legal Framework for the Information Society) and ICT Law Virtual Campus Project (2004-2010). A member of a working group of the COST Action IS0807 „Living in Surveillance Society”(2010-2013). Head of a postgraduate Studies of Computer Crime Problems for Prosecutors at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (2007-2009). Currently involved, as a senior researcher, in the ISEC research project “Towards a Polish Cybercrime Centre of Excellence”.
A scientific expert of the National Center for Research and Development. Chairman of the Scientific Board of “The ICT Law Review”. Member of the Editorial Board of “The European Journal of Law and Technology” and “Prawo Mediów Elektronicznych”.
Research: criminal law, comparative criminal law, criminology, computer and Internet law, legal protection of privacy and personal data.
Author of books “Prawo karne komputerowe” (Criminal Law and Computers), C.H.Beck Warszawa 2000; “Przestępczość w cyberprzestrzeni. Prawne środki przeciwdziałania zjawisku w Polsce na tle projektu konwencji Rady Europy” (Crime in Cyberspace. Legal countermeasures in Poland and the Council of Europe Draft Convention), TNOiK, Toruń 2001; “Kontrola dostępu do danych telekomunikacyjnych podlegających obowiązkowi retencji na tle ustawodawstwa wybranych państw Unii Europejskiej”, (Control of Access to the Telecommunication Data Under Its Mandatory Retention in the Legislation of Selected EU Member States), Adwokatura Polska, Warszawa 2012.
Prof. Arkadiusz Lach
PhD and habilitation in criminal law. Researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Nicolaus Copernicus University. Head of the Cybercrime Research Centre and the Department of Criminal Procedure, vice dean for international relations. Scholarships in Oxford and Aarhus (2000), European Fellowship at the Australian National University in Canberra (2009). Member of the editorial board of Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review. Member of the advisory committee of the Polish Commissioner for Civil Rights Protection on implementation of European Union law in the area of freedom, security and justice in the context of protection of human rights (2008-2010)).
Author of the books Dowody elektroniczne w procesie karnym (Electronic evidence in criminal process) (Toruń 2004), Europejska pomoc prawna w sprawach karnych (European mutual assistance in criminal matters)) (Toruń 2007), Europejskie prawo karne (European criminal law) (Toruń 2008). Co-author of International Electronic Evidence (London 2008).
Independent expert of the European Commission in the area of criminal justice.
Research: evidence law, electronic evidence, cybercrime, European criminal law, comparative criminal procedure, protection of privacy and personal data in criminal proceedings.
Natalia Daśko, PhD
Juris doctor (PhD), Assistant Professor i at the Cybercrime Research Centre, Faculty of Law and Administration, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland;