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Forschungsklinik Europa – Plattform://Demokratie

Plattformen sind Gesetzgeberin und Umsetzerin von und Richterin über Online-Sprachregeln. Ihre Normen und algorithmischen Praktiken bestimmen, wie wir kommunizieren. Aber wie können wir öffentliche Werte in digitalen Kommunikationsordnungen integrieren? Und welche? In vier regionalen Forschungskliniken wollen wir beleuchten, wie die normative Infrastruktur für bessere Strukturen zur Regelsetzung, -durchsetzung und -beurteilung in digitalen hybriden Kommunikationsräumen geschaffen werden kann. In diesen Kliniken werden wir die einzigartigen institutionellen Erfahrungen und individuellen Hintergründe der Klinik-Teilnehmer*innen nutzen, um Vorschläge zu erarbeiten, wie Online-Kommunikationsräume demokratisiert und ihrer Regeln und Praxen sozial-nachhaltiger werden können.

Europe Research Clinic | Regional Coordinator

 
      Matthias C. Kettemann
Matthias C. Kettemann is principal investigator of the Platform://Democracy project. He is research program lead at the Leibniz-Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut, research group head at the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society and professor of Innovation, Theory and Philosophy of Law at the University of Innsbruck.

Affiliation: Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, University of Innsbruck, Leibniz-Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut.
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Europe Research Clinic | Fellows

 
      Giovanni De Gregorio
Giovanni De Gregorio holds the PLMJ Chair in Law and Technology at the Católica Global School of Law, Lisbon and is an expert on digital constitutionalism, platform governance, privacy and data protection and digital policies.

Affiliation: Católica Global School of Law, Lisbon
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      Pierre François Docquir
Pierre François Docquir (PhD) is a researcher and the Head of the Media Freedom Programme of ARTICLE 19. He is an expert in the fields of Human Rights Law, Internet and Media Law and Regulation.

Affiliation: ARTICLE 19
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      Niklas Eder
Niklas Eder, an Affiliated Fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School and a Ph.D. candidate in law at Humboldt University Berlin and t the University of Leipzig, works as Senior Case and Policy Officer for the Oversight Board. He is an expert on the field of content moderation, Big Data, digital surveillance and constitutional law.

Affiliation: Oversight Board, Yale Law School, Humboldt University, University of Leipzig
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      Rachel Griffin
Rachel Griffin is a doctoral candidate and lecturer in law at SciencesPo Paris and is an expert on EU social media regulation, drawing on feminist legal theory, critical race theory and law and political economy to analyse how European regulation addresses structural social inequalities manifesting in online media.

Affiliation: SciencesPo Paris
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      Aleksandra Kuczerawy
Aleksandra Kuczerawy is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for IT and IP at KU Leuven and is an expert in intermediary liability, content moderation, freedom of expression and platform governance, AI and smart cities.

Affiliation: Center for IT and IP at KU Leuven; Stanford Cyber Policy Center
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      Riku Neuvonen
Riku Neuvonen is a senior lecturer in public law at the Tampere University and an adjunct professor ( docent) in Media Law at the University of Helsinki. He is an expert in the field of freedom of expression, privacy, and the regulation of the media.

Affiliation: Tampere University, University of Helsinki
      Dominik Piétron
Dominik Piétron is a research associate at the Institute for Social Sciences at Humboldt University Berlin and at the Einstein Center Digital Future Berlin and an expert on the political economy of digital capitalism.

Affiliation: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
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      Theresa Züger
Theresa Züger is head of the Public Interest AI research group and lead of the AI&Society Lab at the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Berlin. She is an expert on the topics of the political dimensions of digital technologies and cultures, with particular interest in questions of democratic theory.

Affiliation: HIIG
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      Bettina Hesse
Bettina Hesse is an advisor for media policy in ver.di, United Services Union. She is an expert in media freedom and regulation of the media and for ensuring rights of workers through participation..

Affiliation: ver.di
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      Clara Iglesias Keller
Clara Iglesias Keller is a postdoctoral researcher at the Berlin Social Sciences Center and coordinator of the Digital Disinformation Hub at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research. She develops a research agenda focused on the interface of technology and democracies and is an expert on platform governance, disinformation, AI regulation and democratic legitimacy in digital spheres.

Affiliation: Berlin Social Science Center, Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institute
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Über das Projekt

Das Projekt “Plattform://Demokratie: Plattformräte als Instrument der demokratischen Rückbindung hybrider Online-Ordnungen” erforscht, inwiefern die Diskursregeln auf Plattformen auf öffentliche Werte ausgerichtet werden können. Im Zentrum steht dabei folgende Frage: Können “Plattformräte” oder andere Institutionen dafür sorgen, dass öffentliche Interessen und demokratische Werte in den Regelsetzungsprozessen von Plattformen berücksichtigt werden?

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