Global Politics, Law and International Relations
Edited by Ben Wagner, Matthias C. Kettemann and Kilian Vieth
Chapter 17: When private actors govern human rights
Presuming that internet giants play a key role for human rights protection in the online domain, it becomes paramount to understand these actors in more detail and to examine how the frameworks and narratives that govern their activities influence fundamental rights and freedoms. In response to this, the chapter explores the human rights frameworks and narratives that govern the major tech companies, including the incentives that work for or against an effective human rights protection online.
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