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Articles from the category: Policy & Law

This picture shows the blue and yellow flag of the European Union representing the upcoming European elections.

European elections and digital policy: German party positions

To what extent are German parties addressing digital policy in the European elections? A glance at the election programmes reveals different priorities.

The picture shows multiple hands holding each other, symbolising the integration of gender and inclusivity into digital cultural policies.

Integrating gender and inclusivity in digital cultural policies: insights from Berlin and Barcelona

Could Berlin and Barcelona’s integrative approach to digitalisation serve as a blueprint for a new European cultural policy in the digital age?

a curved white line on green football grass, coming from the bottom right corner and ending in the top right corner, symbolising how platform councils could help regulating online communication

More Power to the People: How Platform Councils Can Make Online Communication More Democratic

Companies dominate digital spaces, impacting public debate. Could Platform Councils make online communication more democratic?

LLMs

Teaching Norms to Large Language Models – The Next Frontier of Hybrid Governance 

This blogpost explores the ways in which we can teach norms to LLMs and introduces the concept of hybrid governance.

Content moderation on digital platforms: A more intensive horizontal effect of freedom of expression?

To what extent should private companies be bound by freedom of expression? Investigating a more intensive horizontal effect of fundamental rights.

Twitter needs to be handled with care

Turning back time for Content Moderation? How Musk’s takeover is affecting Twitter’s rules

Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter is bringing platform governance to the centre of the media spotlight. But (how) have Twitter’s content policies changed so far?