Liberal democracies and the cyberspace are based on different concepts of “public space”, which were conceived within completely different frameworks. On May 23, Prof. Dr. Jeanette Hofmann (Alexander von Humbolt Institute for Internet and Society & Freie Universität Berlin) will join our International Dialogues in Constitutional Law series with her lecture “Digitalization and Democracy”. Professor Hofmann will among other things address the question how liberal democracies in Europe and Brazil can deal with challenges of the new digital public space, such as big data, scoring, fake news, bots, online political campaigns.
Alexander von Humbolt Institute for Internet and Society & Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
May 23, 10 am
Largo de São Francisco, 95. Main building, first-floor auditorium.
Lecture, followed by Q&A
This lecture is supported by: