Konstantinos Tsakiliotis

Konstantinos Tsakiliotis studies law at the Humboldt University in Berlin with a focus on intellectual property. He is especially interested in the interface of human rights law and IT. He wrote a seminar paper on the interpretation of open source licenses under German copyright law, as well as his bachelor thesis on the patentability of data.

He is a graduate of Harvard CopyrightX. In 2017, he participated in the Humboldt Internet Law Clinic. In 2018, he coached the HU team at the Price Media Law Moot Court in Oxford. In the same year, he worked as an intern in the Berlin office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP. There, he dealt with Facebook’s compliance with the German Network Enforcement Act. Formerly, he worked as a student assistant in the administration of the German Bundestag.

At the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, he supports the research area “The evolving digital society”.

Konstantinos Tsakiliotis


Student Assistant: The evolving digital society


Conference contributions and other activities

Organisation of events

Digital Identity, Citizenship and Democracy in Europe Kick-Off Event
Kick-Off Event: Digital Identity, Citizenship and Democracy in Europe. 20.08.2018. Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany (International)

Konstantinos Tsakiliotis, Teresa Völker, Björn Scheuermann, Monique Morrow, Christian Djeffal, Julian Hölzel, Kai Gärtner, Jörg Pohle, Ingolf Pernice

Digital Identity, Global Citizenship and the Future of Democracy Workshop
17.05.2018. Sirius Minds, Berlin, Germany (International)

Konstantinos Tsakiliotis, Christian Djeffal, Ingolf Pernice