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Sébastien Fassiaux

Sébastien is a PhD candidate at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. His research focuses on the impact of artificial intelligence systems on consumer autonomy and the regulation of their use by professionals at the EU level. Based on an interdisciplinary approach, his research aims at providing regulatory proposals to protect consumer autonomy in terms of preferences, decision-marking, and welfare. His broader research interests include EU law and policy, the impact of technology on society and fundamental rights, and social justice.
Sébastien holds an LL.M. from UC Berkeley, where he studied as a Fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundation (2019), an Advanced Master of European Law from UCLouvain (2016), a Master in Transnational, Comparative and Foreign Law from UCLouvain (2015), and a Bachelor of Law from Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles (2013).