Liudmila Sivetc

Doctoral Candidate, Jurisprudence (Faculty of Law)
Doctoral Candidate, Jurisprudence (Faculty of Law)
Faculty of Law
Caloniankuja 3
Office: 3010

Areas of expertise
International and Comparative Law, Russian Law, Internet Governance, Digital rights, Freedom of Expression Online


Sivetc joined the Faculty in 2016 as a doctoral candidate. She holds two
Master’s degrees. In 2003, she graduated in Russia from the Faculty of Law of
State St. Petersburg University as a Master of Russian Jurisprudence. In 2016,
she graduated in Finland from the Faculty of Law of University of Turku as a
Master of International and Comparative Laws. Her Master’s thesis was honored
with an award by the Finnish IT Law Association in 2017. Currently, she is
writing a doctoral thesis on new state regulatory practices in the Russian
Internet. Liudmila’s publications have appeared in Idäntutkimus and International
Journal of Law and Information Technology.


has followed the law and technology approach. She has been examining how the
Russian government seeks to use the internet infrastructure to indirectly
control online speech. In 2016-2018, Liudmila was a partner of the Russian
Media Lab project, funded by Helsingin Sanomat Foundation and coordinated by
the Aleksanteri Institute, Helsinki. Since 2018 she is a member of the Giganet
/ Global internet governance academic network.


Spring 2017 and 2018: Internet Governance and
Digital Rights

Last updated on 2019-19-09 at 02:19