Annenberg-Oxford 2014 alum Yusuf Salman discusses changes to Turkey’s Internet Code brought about by a recent omnibus legislation that passed on September 8.
Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard), is postdoctoral fellow at the Cluster of Excellence“Normative Orders” at the University of Frankfurt (Germany) and lecturer at the Institute of International Law and International Relations of the University of Graz (Austria). Recently, he co-authored a book on Freedom of Expression and the Internet (2014). In this post, which is part of a larger research project he pursues, he presents some initial thoughts on how international law is relevant in establishing the normative order of the internet.
//Marco Bellezza, Associate at Portolano Cavallo Law Firm and AnOx 2013 participant, analyzes Italy’s newly released draft regulation on online copyright. Thursday, July 25th, the Italian Communication Authority (“AGCOM”) issued a new draft regulation entitled “Draft regulation on copyright on the electronic…Read More