Matthias C. Kettemann
will discuss and defend his concept of a coherent normative order of the Internet at an open Brown-Bag Lunch at the Alexander Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
(HIIG), that includes international law, national law, and transnational normative arrangements. He will show the impact and epistemic advantages of the approach by way of selected examples from recent Internet policy debates: disinformation campaigns, the Network Enforcement Act and the governance of freedom of expression by social networks. Towards the end, he will present a platform for cooperation between HIIG and HBI researchers.