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Torben Klausa is Research Fellow at the HBI

Torben Klausa is Research Fellow at the HBI

Torben Klausa is a Research Fellow at the Institute in May 2022. The question "Does the state have a duty to regulate digital platforms?" is at the centre of his research.

In his doctoral thesis with the title "The Serving Freedom of Social Networks" at Bielefeld University, he examines the possible constitutional duty of the state to contain social networks in terms of media law.

On 17 May 2022, Torben Klausa will be a guest at the Leibniz Media Lunch Talk "Der Weg ist das Ziel? Prozedurale Regulierung digitaler Plattformen" ["The Journey Is the Reward? Procedural Regulation of Digital Platforms"] from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. CEST. Please follow this link for registration and further information.


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