- Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 2:00PM - 3:00PM
- Open To The Public
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An argument can be made that in a legislative environment like the one in the US, the government may not be able to fully tackle the myriad problems that digital platforms bring on, and that the solution should come from a buffet of options. The answer thus is that on some things industry is, or should be responsible for governing itself, while on others all stakeholders should have a say. Is that still a legitimate perspective? Is that the case in other environments where the government is not as restricted?
Register in advance for this webinar: https://yale.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Uo1fHWVGRXyMgF3g8wsTyA
Courtney Radsch, Postdoctoral Fellow, UCLA
Bruna Santos, Alexander von Humboldt’s German Chancellor Fellow, Berlin Social Science Center
Nanjala Nyabola, Practitioner Fellow, Stanford PACS
Jason Pielemeier, Deputy Director, Global Network Initiative
Co-created by the Digital Interests Lab at NYU, and the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, the Governing Conversations series aims to provide scholars in the field and interested audiences alike a time for genuine reflection and critical perspectives, without the need for a connection to recent events, or academic presentations.
Platform Governance, co-sponsored by the UCLA Institute for Technology Law and Policy, will kick off in the Fall of 2021, with events in December 2021, January and February 2022.