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Daphne Keller
Daphne Keller
Director of Program on Platform Regulation, Stanford Cyber Policy Center
Verified email at law.stanford.edu - Homepage
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The right tools: Europe’s intermediary liability laws and the EU 2016 general data protection regulation
D Keller
Berkeley Technology Law Journal 33 (1), 297-378, 2018
1082018
Internet platforms: Observations on speech, danger, and money
D Keller
Hoover Institution's Aegis Paper Series, 2018
412018
Facts and where to find them: Empirical research on internet platforms and content moderation
D Keller, P Leerssen
Social media and democracy: The state of the field and prospects for reform …, 2020
392020
Amplification and its discontents: why regulating the reach of online content is Hard
D Keller
J. Free Speech L. 1, 227, 2021
352021
The Musician as Thief: Digital Culture and Copyright Law 13
D Keller
Sound unbound: Sampling digital music and culture, 135, 2008
342008
Who do you sue? State and platform hybrid power over online speech
D Keller
Aegis Series Paper No 1902, 2019
232019
Facebook Filters, Fundamental Rights, and the CJEU’s Glawischnig-Piesczek Ruling
D Keller
GRUR International 69 (6), 616-623, 2020
192020
Empirical Evidence of ‘Over-Removal’by Internet Companies under Intermediary Liability Laws
D Keller
The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, 2015
182015
The final draft of Europe’s “Right to be Forgotten” Law
D Keller
The Center for Internet and Society 17, 2015
142015
Amplification and its discontents
D Keller
Knight First Amendment, 2021
132021
The future of platform power: making middleware work
D Keller
Journal of Democracy 32 (3), 168-172, 2021
132021
Dolphins in the net: internet content filters and the advocate General’s Glawischnig-Piesczek v. Facebook Ireland Opinion
D Keller
Stanford Center for Internet and Society 4, 2019
122019
The Gaudier Future that Almost Blinds the Eye
D Keller
Duke LJ 52, 273, 2002
122002
The Right Tools: Europe’s Intermediary Liability Laws and the 2016 General Data Protection Regulation”(2018)
D Keller
BTLJ 33, 297, 0
12
Toward a clearer conversation about platform liability
D Keller
Knight First Amendment Institute’s “Emerging Threats” essay series, 2018
92018
Making Google the Censor.
D Keller
International New York Times, NA-NA, 2017
92017
Global Right to Be Forgotten Delisting: Why CNIL is wrong
D Keller
The Center for Internet and Society (blog) 18, 2016
92016
Parental Control in a Converged Communications Environment: Self Regulation, Technical Devices and Meta-information: Draft Final Report for the DVB Regulatory Group
D Keller, SG Verhulst
Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy, University of Oxford, 2000
92000
Facebook restricts speech by popular demand
D Keller
The Atlantic. Visited on 3 (10), 2022, 2019
82019
Who do you sue
D Keller
Hoover Institution. Aegis Series Papers, 1902
81902
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