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Datum: 8. März 2021 17:00
Ort: online via Zoom - Externe Veranstaltung
Veranstaltet von: American Council on Germany, Max Planck Law Network, Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association

Joint pro­gram & tal­king points

The de­ba­te over dif­fe­rences in U.S. and Eu­ro­pean speech rights is a per­en­ni­al is­sue. But, the emer­gence of pri­va­te so­ci­al me­dia plat­forms – and their do­mi­nance – has gi­ven the is­sue a new di­men­si­on and a new sen­se of ur­gen­cy. What is the ro­le and re­spon­si­bi­li­ty of the state and pri­va­te com­pa­nies in terms of mo­ni­to­ring and pre­ven­ting ha­te speech? Whe­re is the di­vi­ding li­ne bet­ween free speech and cen­sor­ship?

Join the Ame­ri­can Coun­cil on Ger­ma­ny, the Max Planck Law Net­work, and the Ro­bert Bosch Foun­da­ti­on Alum­ni As­so­cia­ti­on for a dis­cus­si­on with Prof. Dr. Ralf Po­scher, Di­rec­tor at the Max Planck In­sti­tu­te for the Stu­dy of Cri­me, Se­cu­ri­ty and Law, and Na­di­ne Stros­sen, John Mars­hall Har­lan II Pro­fes­sor of Law at New York Law School.