European and comparative media and information law - policy - communication

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This research theme comprises work in the following areas:

  • The role of public communication in European integration
  • Representations of a civil Europe
  • The role of media and information law and policy at national and European level, and how they can exacerbate or redress existing inequalities and imbalances
  • The regulation of information markets, internet regulation, media law
  • Privacy and data protection
  • European integration and the European public sphere

Key researchers

PhD students

Current and recent PhD students working in this area include:

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