Argyro is a Lecturer in Law and a research fellow at the Center for Intellectual Property, Policy and Management (CIPPM), Bournemouth University. She is currently at the end of her PhD studies at the Center of International Governance (CfIG) in the University of Leeds. Her doctoral research examines the intersection of new technologies and human rights, with a particular focus on free speech regulation online. Other areas of interest are: International Governance, Cloud computing, Law and Emerging Technologies (IoT), Digital Rights.
Argyro is a qualified solicitor since 2006 (ABA) and holds an LL.B (Hons) and an LL.M (Magna cum Laude) from the University of Athens, Greece. Her fluency in English, German, Spanish, Russian and Greek has allowed her to gain a trasnational perspective of her research field.
Argyro is a member of various IT related networks and has acted as a reviewer for the International Human Rights Journal, SCRIPTed and as an editorial advisory board member for Springer.
An avid tweeter @Arkaranasiou, Argyro shares more information on her background and current and future projects in her personal website (karanasiou.co.nr) and is happy to be contacted @ akaranasiou[AT]bournemouth.ac.uk to discuss on anything related to her research interests.