IViR frequently organizes lectures where we invite scholars to talk about their research.
Below an overview of the lectures from 2021 on.
- Information Policies of the Coronavirus Crisis by Ádám Földes on 3 June 2022;
- Towards a fair balance in the digitised music industry: setting the tone by Jozefien Vanherpe on 31 May 2022;
- The Influencer Republic: Monetizing Political Speech on Social Media by Catalina Goanta & Giovanni De Gregorio on 29 April 2022;
- (Ir)Responsible Legislature? Speech Risks under the EU’s Rules on Delegated Digital Enforcement by Martin Husovec on 25 March 2022;
- Empathy in Digital Government by Sofia Ranchordás on 4 February 2022.
- Towards Platform Observability by Jeanette Hofmann and Bernhard Rieder on 28 May 2021;
- Copyright Law 2030 – A memorandum on the future of the creative ecosystem in Europe by Michael Grünberger on 30 April 2021;
- Regulating Digital Gatekeepers by Rupprecht Podszun on 25 June 2021;
- “Infrastructuring” Digital Sovereignty? by Francesca Musiani on 29 October 2021;
- Research Exceptions in Comparative Copyright by Sean Flynn on 4 November 2021;
- How to regulate AI? by Mireille Hildebrandt on 26 November 2021.