CEPRI webinar series on Digital Platforms as Private Governance Systems – Spring/Summer 2021
Digital platforms play an increasingly important role in society, both as fora for commercial exchange of goods and services and as communication channels around the world for billions of people. Moreover, platforms seem to create their own, private norm systems, by defining the rules applicable on the platform, by implementing these rules, e.g. through user exclusion and content moderation, and by offering dispute resolution or complaints systems for their users. The CEPRI webinar series focuses on different aspects of these platform governance systems. It will be inaugurated with the following webinar:
Wed, April 7, 14.00 (CEST): Prof. Vassilis Hatzopoulos, Panteion University, Athens, Greece: Inaugural talk on Platforms as private governance systems and the role of regulation (Click on the webinar to register).
Afterwards follows a series of seminars on the theme:
‘Online-market places and private law perspectives’
The following webinars have been planned (all CEST):
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Wed, April 28, 14.00: Prof. Peter Rott, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany: Private law perspectives on the DSA proposal
Tues, May 5, 14.00: Prof. Ole Hansen, CEPRI, Faculty of Law, UCPH: Self-policing contractual practices of business-to-business platforms - unilateral variation rights in platform-user agreements
Mon, May 31, 14.00: Associate prof. Paul Verbruggen, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, and Prof. Vibe Ulfbeck, CEPRI, Faculty of Law, UCPH: Online market places and product liability
Thur, June 17, 14.00: Phd student Berdien van der Donk, CEPRI, Faculty of Law, UCPH: Obligation to contract of on-line platforms as essential facilities?
Wed, June 30, 14.00: Assistant professor Marlene Buch Andersen, CEPRI, Faculty of Law, UCPH: Platform workers and insurance issues
Mon, Sept 6, 14.00: Ass. prof. Jaakko Jaakko Salminen, University of Turku, Finland/CBS, Denmark, prof. Kevin Sobel-Read, prof. Mika Viljanen: Regulating the Sustainability of Digital Platforms