Anna Sophia Tiedeke
Anna Sophia Tiedeke started working at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research │ Hans-Bredow Institute in April 2019 in the research area “Regulatory Structures and the Emergence of Rules in Online Spaces“. She studied law at the University of Hamburg and the Université Panthéon-Sorbonne I in Paris with a focus on European and International Law. During her studies she worked at the chair of Prof. Markus Kotzur at the Institute for International Affairs of the University of Hamburg and at the media law boutique Damm & Mann. After her first state examination, she worked as a research assistant in an international commercial law firm in the field of EU regulation in Brussels (Belgium).
During her judicial service training (Referendariat) which she completed between 2017 and 2019, she, inter alia, clerked for the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin, the law firm RAUE in the field of press law in Berlin. At the same time, she worked at the chair of Prof. Christian Calliess at the Freie Universität Berlin as a research assistant. Anna has also been a member of the editorial board of the „Völkerrechtsblog – International Law and International Legal Thought” since 2016.
Since 2020 she is a PhD candidate at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. In her PhD thesis, Anna focuses on the development of a new concept of the understanding of the state under international law in the era of the Internet.
Associated Researcher: The Public International Law of the Internet
Tiedeke, A., Kettemann, M. C., Rachinger, F., Sekwenz, M., & Wagner, B. (2020). What can be said online in Germany and Austria? A legal and terms of service taxonomy. Arbeitspapiere des Hans-Bredow-Instituts | Works in Progress # 3. Publication details
Heldt, A. P., Kettemann, M. C., & Tiedeke, A. S. (2020). Wer sagt, was wir online sagen können? HBI Media Research Blog. Publication details