Sammlung Unkategorisiert

46. Legal Seminar of the Forschungsstelle Recht im DFN

On 13 and 14 June, the semi-annual general meeting of the DFN-Verein took place in Berlin. Research assistants Johanna Schaller and Nicolas John, representing the Forschungsstelle Recht im DFN, shed light on various legal issues during the following legal seminar. Nicolas John opened the legal seminar with his lecture on the new TTDSG and the… Read more »

The good spirit leaves – the bakery of H1

For decades, students and professors have bought cereal bars, sandwiches and cappuccinos from her: Annette Söltenfuß and her husband Josef kept them all well supplied, the lawyers, economists, Germanists and philosophers around the H1. Their little bakery on H1 was an important meeting place for the whole university five days a week from 8 a.m…. Read more »

The ITM seminar in Vienna

In cooperation with the Chair for Innovation and Digitalisation in Law headed by Prof. Dr. Forgó from the University of Vienna and under the direction of Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoeren (Institute for Information, Telecommunications and Media Law, University of Münster), the seminar “Comparison between German and Austrian Internet Law” took place on 9 and 10… Read more »

ITM specialisation prolonged until end of summer term 2024

The ITM specialisation will be extended until the end of the 2024 summer semester and then discontinued as such. It will then be replaced by a new specialisation “Digitalisation, AI and Law” to be designed by the faculty. The additional ITM training courses will continue until the summer semester of 2023, when a new additional… Read more »

Chancellor’s Forum of the DFN-Verein

On May 23rd and 24th, research assistants Nicolas John and Owen Mc Grath participated in the Chancellor’s Forum of the DFN-Verein. The program opened on Monday evening with a keynote speech on the  Nationale Forschungsdateninfrastrukur (NFDI) by Prof. York Sure-Vetter. During a joint dinner, there were lively discussions on the current topics of digitization of… Read more »

Podcast: DMA and DSA – EU institutions agree on “digital constitution”

After politically contentious negotiations, the EU Parliament and the EU Council of Ministers agreed on final versions of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and the Digital Services Act (DSA) in March and April 2022. The DMA is intended to regulate large online platforms and open them up to competition. The DSA serves, among other things,… Read more »