Digital Constitutionalism in Europe

Reframing Rights and Powers in the Algorithmic Society

This book is about rights and powers in the digital age. It is an attempt to reframe the role of constitutional democracies in the algorithmic society. By focusing on the European constitutional framework as a lodestar, this book examines the rise and consolidation of digital constitutionalism as a reaction to digital capitalism. Les mer
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This book is about rights and powers in the digital age. It is an attempt to reframe the role of constitutional democracies in the algorithmic society. By focusing on the European constitutional framework as a lodestar, this book examines the rise and consolidation of digital constitutionalism as a reaction to digital capitalism. The primary goal is to examine how European digital constitutionalism can protect fundamental rights and democratic values against the charm of digital liberalism and the challenges raised by platform powers. Firstly, this book investigates the reasons leading to the development of digital constitutionalism in Europe. Secondly, it provides a normative framework analysing to what extent European constitutionalism provides an architecture to protect rights and limit the exercise of unaccountable powers in the algorithmic society. This title is also available as open access on Cambridge Core.
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Forlag: Cambridge University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781316512777
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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1. Digital constitutionalism: An Introduction; 2. The rise of European digital constitutionalism; 3. The law of the platforms; 4. From parallel tracks to overlapping layers; 5. Digital constitutionalism and freedom of expression; 6. Digital constitutionalism, privacy and data protection; 7. The road ahead of European digital constitutionalism.
Giovanni De Gregorio is Postdoctoral Researcher working with the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford. His research interest deals with digital constitutionalism, platform governance and digital policy.