Natali Helberger

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Natali Helberger is professor in Information Law at the Institute for Information Law. She studied Law at the Freie Universität Berlin. She received her doctarate from the University of Amsterdam. Her thesis, Controlling Access to Content: Regulating Conditional Access in Digital Broadcasting (2005), examines the regulation of digital gateways and their implications for information law and policy, competition, freedom of expression and the interests of users. It has been published by Kluwer International. In 2005, she was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley.

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26 May 2016

In this article, Natali Helberger and Damian Trilling, both from the University of Amsterdam's Institute for Information Law, argue that whilst Facebook’s use of human editors may bring comfort to some, there are wider issues concerning editorial responsibility that need to be addressed.



2 Nov 2009

According to this study European interactive websites like video sharing sites and blogs are outgrowing those created in the US. Compared with the US, which hosts the most commonly used websites for content created by users (blogs, texts, videos, music, games and virtual objects), Europe...

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