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Life in Dataspace – Paper about Using Big Data for the Common Good

In a contribution to the collection of essays “Perspectives on the Digital Life”, Philipp Otto, Founder and Director of the iRights.Lab, shines a…

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iRights.Lab Co-operates with the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs (KMK)

Thanks to the European Commission’s eTwinning programme, teachers can work together on joint projects over the internet. This raises legal questions, which we…

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Partnership project: The New Consumers

The “New Consumers” project takes a look at the needs of refugees as consumers in Germany. In close collaboration with a target group,…

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Publication: Who Runs the Internet?

Internet Governance is about making sure that the internet remains technically, socially and politically fit for purpose. But just how does internet regulation…

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Freedom on the Net – iRights.Lab Writes Report for Germany

Internet freedom faces countless threats. That is the result of the latest “Freedom on the Net” report from the Washington think tank Freedom…

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Project Report Shows the Dangers and Opportunities of Big Data

As part of the second phase of the “Does Germany Need a Digital Codex?” project, the iRights.Lab has produced an extensive study of…