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Regulation and Emancipation in Platform Law : the Moderation of Palestinian Voices Online

ContributorsFriedli, Salomé
Number of pages26 p.
Master program titleMaîtrise en droit
Imprimatur date2023
Abstract

Social media have evolved from a relatively unregulated spaces, to a regulated spaces and a regulating space. In times of crisis, when law often fails to guarantee rights essential to the free expression and the self-determination of people, and potential for emancipation seems to fade, they also represent a space of self-expression and self-regulation, maybe the hope of reinventing a better legal order. Using critical legal theory, this thesis asks whether platform law can qualify as a legal system and if as such, it carries a potential for emancipation, in an empirical analysis based on the case of Palestinian voices on Meta’s social platforms.

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FRIEDLI, Salomé. Regulation and Emancipation in Platform Law : the Moderation of Palestinian Voices Online. 2023.
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