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Kettemann, M. (2019): Die normative Ordnung der Cyber-Sicherheit: zum Potenzial von Cyber-Sicherheitsnormen [The Normative Order of Cyber Security: The Potential of Cyber Security Standards]. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main (Normative Orders Working Paper 01/2019).
The Hans-Bredow-Institut and the Faculty of Law of the University of Hamburg, together with the Centre for Communication Governance at the National Law University Delhi and the Institute for Technology & Society of Rio de Janeiro in collaboration with the UNESCO Chair on Freedom of Communication...
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