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Platforms and Online Content

Online platforms are an essential part of the modern-day economic and social activities. After the measures taken against the Covid-19 pandemic all over the world, they became even more crucial for the daily lives of people living in countries with widespread internet connection. Given this ever-increasing role, online platforms raise challenging questions concerning governance and regulation. In fact, addressing the problems such as dissemination of false, hateful, manipulative, or criminal content, and tackling unfair economic practices are pressing priorities for policy makers.  

In this dossier, the Chair investigates the issues relating to the governance and regulation of online platforms by looking into the legislative proposals, public policies, administrative and judicial decisions surrounding them. 

28 June 2022

[STUDENT PAPER] Should we rethink the governance of platforms in order to create a system of checks and balances consistent with our democratic values?

The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, a selection of the finest essays and […]
27 June 2022

[STUDENT ESSAY] The filter bubble and me: how our voices are restricted by what we see

By Matthieu Lê The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, the finest essays and papers […]
18 June 2022

[STUDENT ESSAY] The role of social media platforms in the current Russo-Ukrainian conflict

By Pauline Fau The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, the finest essays and […]
4 June 2022

[STUDENT ESSAY] Are social media rendering criminal justice?

By Emma Joignant The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, the finest essays and […]
19 May 2022

[INTERVIEW] “Why transatlantic discussions on content policy are essential”, with Florence G’sell

Florence G’sell is professor of law at the University of Lorraine and holds the Chair Digital, Governance and Sovereignty at […]
13 May 2022

[CONTRIBUTION] Réguler les réseaux sociaux ?

Le 6 mai 2022, Florence G’sell, titulaire de la Chaire Digital, Gouvernance et Souveraineté a participé à la table ronde […]
13 May 2022

[INTERVIEW] “Regulating content more effectively”, with Leïla Mörch

Leïla Mörch is the Research Project Coordinator for the Stanford Content Policy & Society Lab In this interview, Leïla stresses […]
13 May 2022

[INTERVIEW] “Content Policy: is transparency enough?” with Rachel Griffin

Rachel Griffin is a PhD candidate and lecturer at Sciences Po Law School and research assistant at the Digital, Governance […]
13 May 2022

[INTERVIEW] “Exploring different options within Content Policy” with Julie Owono

Julie Owono is the Executive Director of Internet Without Borders and Executive Director of the Stanford Content Policy and Society Lab. […]
11 May 2022

[BEST MOMENTS] Content Policy in the Age of Transparency

Watch out the best moments of the webinar “Content Policy in the Age of Transparency“, jointly organised by the Digital, Governance […]
11 May 2022

[INTERVIEW] “Advantages to Transparency Legislation” with Nate Persily

In this interview, Professor Nate Persily, Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and Co-Director of the Stanford Cyber Policy […]
29 April 2022

[INTERVIEW] When oligarchs control the media: an interview with Victor Pickard

As of this week, Elon Musk has agreed with Twitter’s board to purchase what is now a publicly listed company […]
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