Felix Krupar studied Law at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich, the University of Sydney, Australia, and the University of Bordeaux, France. During his studies he was working as a student assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition. He completed his two-year legal training at the superior Court of Justice in Berlin and was working i.a. for the IP-practice of CMS Hasche-Sigle in Berlin and a Cape Town based law firm.
Since November 2014 he is working at the Hans Bredow Institute in the area of “Media- and telecommunication law” as junior researcher. His research interest lies with public and private media law as well as intellectual property.
Felix Krupar coordinates the cooperation between the Hans-Bredow-Institute and the HIIG.
Lectures and presentationsFreedom of Expression for Computers – Algorithms from a Constitutional Perspective
Symposium on Big Data and Data Governance (Session: Panel I: Algorithmic Decision Making). The Law and Technology Centre (HKU). Academic Conference Room, 11/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China: 15.10.2016
Organisation of eventsHate Speech
From 14.03.2017 to 21.03.2017. Centre for Communication Governance, New Delhi, India (International)
Felix Krupar, Wolfgang SchulzGlobal Network of Internet and Society Research Centers Inaugural Executive Committee Meeting
08.10.2016. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Co-Organised by: AoIR (International)
Felix Krupar, Wolfgang Schulz