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The blog post by Amélie Pia Heldt on http://www.juwiss.de addresses the draft law against misreporting on the Internet announced by the French President Emmanuel Macron, which is expected to be available by the end of 2018. Amélie Heldt explains which goals Macron wants to achieve with...
The NetzDG has been in force since January, when French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a similar law at the same time. Is one of the two laws a really good solution? Stephan Dreyer and Amélie Heldt explain in this episode what it is all about.
The Network Enforcement Act (NetzDG) se...
In her new blog post on juwiss.de, Amélie Pia Heldt writes about the challenges to regulate “fake news.”
At the beginning of 2018, President Emmanuel Macron announced a law against “fake news.” It was triggered by the dissemination of disinformation during the electio...
Heldt, A. P. (2018): Chers voisins d’outre-Rhin: Kommt das französische NetzDG? [Dear Neighbors from across the Rhine: Is the French Network Enforcement Act Coming?] In: JuWiss Blog: Junge Wissenschaft im Öffentlichen Recht. Website. Hamburg: Bucerius Law School (online).
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