Future Law Working Papers

The Future Law Working Papers was established in 2022 to offer a forum for cutting-edge research on legal topics connected to the challenges of the future. As the German Constitutional Court recently ruled, we have to act today to save the freedoms of tomorrow.


#1: A Treatment for Viral Deception? Automated Moderation of COVID-19 Disinformation

By Julia Haas

Julia is an international law and human rights expert. In her work, she has focused on international relations, the intersection of technology and human rights, and the
prevention of marginalization. At the Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Julia particularly focuses on policy research and development in the field of internet governance and digital participation, with a focus on the impact of artificial intelligence on freedom of expression, digital and legal safety of journalists, gender and online pluralism. Previously, she worked as legal officer and human rights adviser at the Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Julia sits on the advisory board for the Vienna Forum for Democracy and Human Rights, holds a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Vienna, an Information and Media Law LLM and is a PhD candidate on the impact of digital innovations on freedom of the media.


  Future Law Working Papers 2022 #1


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