The intermediaries and their liability: “If there is a quick, easy and permanent solution, please tell us as soon as possible.”
The regional COMPACT symposium is taking place in Budapest, Hungary on 11 September 2019 in Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Law.
Purpose of the event is to bring together policy-makers, academics, NGOs and other stakeholders to talk about how to create a proper regulatory framework on the liability of intermediaries.
“ARTICLE 19” – an opinion on the liability of intermediaries
Courts and liability of internet intermediaries: a system analysis
How to deal with internet intermediaries’ liability?
IGF 2018 key messages: digital inclusion & accessibility
IGF 2018 key messages: media & content
Intermediaries’ liability and freedom of expression
Intermediaries’ liability: the US experience
Intermediary liability in China
Internet and jurisdiction: what are the challenges for the borderless internet?
Manila principles on intermediary liability
Online platforms and search engines should deal fairly with other businesses
Recommendation CM/REC(2018)2 of the committee of ministers to member states on the roles and responsibilities of internet intermediaries
Regulation of social networks – Facebook experiment: a French framework for making Facebook more accountable
The puzzling nature of social media: legal perspectives
The shifting paradigm of intermediary liability: the evolution of intermediary liability in India
Transparency of the internet: transparency of internet service providers
UK’s ambitious plan for addressing all online harms
UNESCO – intermediaries and freedom of expression
What types of intermediaries exist?
The information is prepared by the team of the COMPACT project.
COMPACT is a Coordination and Support Action funded European Commission under framework Horizon 2020.
The objective of the COMPACT project is to increase awareness (including scientific, political, cultural, legal, economic and technical areas) of the latest technological discoveries among key stakeholders in the context of social media and convergence. The project will offer analyses and road maps of related initiatives. In addition, extensive research on policies and regulatory frameworks in media and content will be developed.
- Potential impacts of blockchain technology, Internet of Things, 5G and Artificial Intelligence
- Disinfodemic responses: how to assess their challenges and risks
- Research findings and policy recommendations for organisations and initiatives tackling fake news
- Comparatively, Germans, women and elederly value privacy more on platforms
- National courts, social media and convergence