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Online order in the age of many publics

Author: Kettemann, M. C., & Tiedeke, A. S.
Published in: Kybernetes, 50(4), 1004-1014
Year: 2020
Type: Academic articles
DOI: 10.1108/K-07-2020-0423

In online digital spaces, the public/private distinction is challenged in many different ways. The purpose of this paper is to show that the normative order of the internet is a suitable lens through which the complex relationship of private and public norms and their impact on communication spheres and today’s and tomorrow’s dynamic public can be understood.

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Anna Sophia Tiedeke

Former Associated Researcher: The Public International Law of the Internet

Matthias C. Kettemann, Prof. Dr. LL.M. (Harvard)

Head of Research Group and Associate Researcher: Global Constitutionalism and the Internet

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