(Deutsch) J!Cast: Netzsperren und die Clearingstelle Urheberrecht im Internet

In this podcast, Owen Mc Grath and Nico Gielen talk about the Clearing House for Copyright on the Internet (CUII), which has been providing an out-of-court procedure for the establishment of network blocks for a few months now. You can find a detailed article on the CUII in the July issue of DFN-Infobrief Recht.

Podcast on data proection and copyright law in videoconferencing systems

” width=”220″ height=”55″ /> In this episode of the J!Cast, Nele Klostermeyer and Malin Fischer (research assistants) talk about copyright and data protection issues in online teaching. Because with the onset of the Corona pandemic, universities were forced to shift their operations to the online realm. Since then, courses have largely been held via video… Read more »

Podcast: Privacy law and videoconferencing

  In this new podcast, Maximilian Wellmann and Nicolas John (ITM research assistants) talk about the data protection requirements for the controller when selecting, setting up and using video conferencing tools. Because at the latest since the Corona crisis, many companies have had to switch their communication to digital channels. In doing so, data protection… Read more »

Podcast: Digital Markets Act

” width=”220″ height=”55″ />This new podcast in the ITM series J!Cast with Nico Gielen and Steffen Uphues (research assistants) is about the EU Commission’s draft Digital Markets Act. With the draft, the EU is pursuing the goal of creating an appropriate counterweight to the power of large internet platforms by regulating competition in digital markets…. Read more »

Podcast: Discrimination by algorithmic systems

This new podcast in the ITM series J!Cast deals with discrimination by algorithmic systems. Johannes Kevekordes (research assistant) of the BMBF-funded project GOAL (Governance of/ by Algorithms) is interviewed by Matthias Haag. The podcast gives an overview of the problems of discrimination by algorithms. Further information on GOAL can be found on the GOAL website… Read more »