12 September 2009

Twitter als Embargobrecher?

 Wann verstoßen Social Networks gegen Embargovorschriften? Immerhin sind Twitter und Facebook dazu da, die Welt zu vernetzen – im Fall von Iran sehr zum Nutzen der Demokratie. Da kann es zum Clash kommen mit dem politischen Ziel, bestimmte fiese Regimes zu isolieren.

Das Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) hat dem Thema einen Kongress gewidmet:

Hat Tip to German American Law Journal

SUGGESTED CITATION  Steinbeis, Maximilian: Twitter als Embargobrecher?, VerfBlog, 2009/9/12, https://verfassungsblog.de/81/.

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