Markus Oermann studied Law with Media and Culture Law as specialities, Political Science, and Philosophy at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany. His research focuses on the theoretical and legal background of Internet based information and communication processes. Since fall 2010 he is a Ph.D. student of the Graduate School Media and Communication Hamburg. The topic of his dissertation is on the right on Internet-based information access. Since May 2012 he is also a doctoral researcher at the Hans-Bredow-Institut, Hamburg.
Former Researcher: Internet and Media Regulation
Lectures and presentationsDoing Internet Governance: Constructing Normative Structures inside and outside Intermediary Organisations
Association of Internet Researchers Conference 2016 (AoIR) (Session: The Internet Rules, But How? An STS take on doing Internet Governance). HIIG. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany: 05.10.2016
Wolfgang Schulz, Markus Oermann