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Scientific considerations on governmental censorship measures against Internet communication in Germany.
In her blog article "From #MeToo to #RiceBunny: How Social Media Users are Campaigning in China" our guest researcher Jing Zeng describes the creativ use of nicknames and emoijs to discuss the issue of #MeToo in China. In Chinese, the phrase “rice bunny” is pronounced as &ldquo...
Heldt, A. (2018): Zensur durch Upload-Filter: Zur umstrittenen EU-Reform des Urheberrechts [Censorship by Upload Filters: On the Controversial EU Reform of the Copyright Law]. In: Verfassungsblog, Website, 25 June 2018 (online).
Short presentation by A. Heldt on upload filters at the ABIDA expert workshop at the University of Salzburg on the topic of "Automatisierte Zensur? Technische Lösungen zur Regulation politischer Online-Kommunikation [Automated Censorship? Technical Solutions for the Regulation of Political...
"Upload-Filter: Automatisierter Rechtsgüterschutz oder Zensur? [Upload Filters: Automated Protection of Legal Interests or Censorship?]", lecture by S. Dreyer at the meeting of the Committee on Media and Creative Industry of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce on 13 June 2018 in Hamburg.
"Upload-Filters: Bypassing Classical Concepts of Censorship“, lecture by A. Heldt at the workshop "Artificial Intelligence: Ethical and Legal Implications - An International Workshop for Young Scholars" at the University of Haifa on 28 November 2018 in Haifa.
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