Dr Konstantinos Kouroupis is an Assistant Professor of European and Data Rights Law at the Department of Law of Frederick University, in Cyprus. His area of expertise are online protection of privacy, security and data rights, artificial intelligence, digital law, human rights and European Law. He graduated in Law from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and he was awarded an LLM Diploma in European Law. He holds a PhD title from the University of Macedonia in Greece, in the area of EU Data Rights Law. Some of his studies have been uploaded to the digital library of EUROJUST, in Hague and are accessible from a large number of prosecutors, judicial officers and administrative staff of the European agency. He has participated in European projects and actions funded by the EU concerning the consolidation of a European area of justice and human rights. At present, he is a member of the European Cost action entitled "Global Digital Human Rights Network", under the auspices of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST), serving as Management Committee Delegate, representing Cyprus. He is the author of several legal books and has published numerous articles, both in Greek and English as well as in French to esteemed international peer-reviewed journals.