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Regulating Big Tech: Lessons from COVID-19

10 June 2020 Kate Jones Associate Fellow, International Law Programme @katejones77 LinkedIn COVID-19 demonstrates the potential power of tech companies as a force for good, but also that they have largely devised their own rules in vacuums of both standards … Continua a leggere

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Justice for the Rohingya: Lessons from the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

8 April 2020 Sandra Smits Programme Manager, Asia-Pacific Programme The Cambodian case study illustrates the challenges of ensuring justice and accountability for the Rohingya in Myanmar. 2020-04-08-Rohingya.jpg Coast guards escort Rohingya refugees following a boat capsizing accident in Teknaf on … Continua a leggere

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Seventy Years of the Geneva Conventions: What of the Future?

24 March 2020 Seventy years after the adoption of the Geneva Conventions, there are challenges that remain to be addressed. This briefing takes three pertinent examples, and discusses possibilities for addressing them. Read online Download PDF Emanuela-Chiara Gillard Associate Fellow, International Law … Continua a leggere

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The Application of International Law to State Cyberattacks: Sovereignty and Non-Intervention

2 December 2019 Hostile cyber operations by one state against another state are increasingly common. This paper analyzes the application of the sovereignty and non-intervention principles in relation to states’ cyber operations in another state below the threshold of the use … Continua a leggere

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Online Disinformation and Political Discourse: Applying a Human Rights Framework

6 November 2019 Although some digital platforms now have an impact on more people’s lives than does any one state authority, the international community has been slow to hold to account these platforms’ activities by reference to human rights law. This paper … Continua a leggere

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