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A Constitution for Social Media?

A Constitution for Social Media?

Edoardo Celeste, PhD candidate at the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin (UCD), gave a presentation on his recent paper “Terms of service and bills of rights: new mechanisms of constitutionalisation in the social media environment?” at the institute on 19 June 2018. Later on, he and other colleagues discussed a “Constitution for Social Media?.”

Edoardo Celeste is PhD candidate at the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin (UCD). In January 2018, he joined the HIIG as a fellow in the research area ‘Global Constitutionalism and the Internet’. His PhD thesis investigates the concept of digital constitutionalism, particularly the role of the Internet bills of rights in the process of constitutionalisation of the Internet. He started this research during his LLM at King’s College London. His dissertation “Identikit for an Internet Constitution” won the Dickson Poon Prize for the Best Dissertation in IP and Information Law. In 2017, he was awarded the Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship. More information about him.


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