Day 1 – Tuesday, November 17th 2020
Moderator: Judit Bayer

15:00Greetings and introductionBernd Holznagel (ITM), Judit Bayer (Schumann Fellow, ITM), Päivi Korpisaari, (University of Helsinki), Jan Kalbhenn (ITM)
 Laws and rules against hate speech 
15:15Hate speech and targeting individuals online –
a new challenge for criminal law
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Päivi Korpisaari –
Kristiina Koivukari (University of Helsinki)
15:35The risk of hate speech at work – employers’
responsibilities to prevent and respond
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Enni Ala-Mikkula (University of Helsinki)
15:55The gender perspective of online hate speech
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Elfa Ýr Gylfadóttir
(Reykjavík, Icelandic Media Authority)
16:15The Canadian Perspective
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Richard Janda (McGill University)
Day 2 – Tuesday, November 24th 2020
Moderator: Judit Bayer
 Enforcement of laws   
15:00Enforcement of hate speech laws
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Nikolaus Forgó (University of Vienna)
15:15Negotiating new audiovisual rules to Video Sharing Platforms: proposals for a Responsive Governance Model of speech online
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Krisztina Rozgonyi (University of Vienna)
16:00New tools in NetzDG amendment
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Maximilian Hemmert-Halswick (FH Westküste)
16:15Platform Self-Regulation: The New Trend
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Bernd Holznagel/ Jan Kalbhenn (University of Münster)

Day 3 – Thursday, November 26th 2020
Moderator: Jan Kalbhenn

 Toolbox and limits of application 
15:00 Introducing the Statutory Duty of CareLorna Woods (University of Essex)
15:15Human Rights Framework of Platform Regulation
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Elena Dodonova (Council of Europe)
15:55Limits on Platform Regulation by Human Rights
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Irini Katsirea (University of Sheffield)
16:10Big Tech becoming Digital States
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Sofia Ranchordas (University of Groningen) and Giovanni De Gregorio (University of Milano-Bicocca)
16:25Platform duties and responsibilities
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Judit Bayer (ITM Münster)

Day 4 – Tuesday, January 19th 2021
Moderator: Judit Bayer

 Artificial Intelligence in dealing with illegal and harmfull content 
15:00AI, human rights and content moderation during the COVID-19 pandemic and US general elections
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Trisha Meyer (Vrije Universiteit Brussels)
15:15Automated tools of content management (?)Meg Chang (Facebook)
15:45The Salt in the Platform Soup: Revisiting AI in Content Governance and Ads Delivery
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Matthias C. Kettemann (Leibniz-Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut)
16:15AI in platformregulation – TBC
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Olga Batura (Ecorys)
16:45Closing remarks

Day 5 – Tuesday, 23rd February 2021

Platform and Media Regulation – New Trends in Western Democracies
Moderator: Judit Bayer and Jan Kalbhenn (Münster)

12:00 a.m. German time
10:00 p.m. Australian time
6:00 a.m. US time
11:00 a.m. UK time
Time (GER)TitleSpeaker
12:00Australia: New Regulatory Approaches and the Reaction of the Platforms
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Faith Gordon, Australian National University Canberra (AU)  
12:15Regulation of Online Platforms in the UK Lorna Woods, Essex University (UK)
12:30Regulation of Online Platforms in EU and GER
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Bernd Holznagel, University of Münster (GER)
1.05The U.S. PerspectiveEllen Goodman, Rutgers Law School, New Jersey (USA)
1.20New Broadcasting Bill in CanadaMichael Geist, University of Ottawa (CAN)
1.55Closing Remarks
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