Media laws in the information age: lawyer Peter Hense on digital policy for Facebook and Co.

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Why is Germany so precise when it comes to law making? And does this affect the rest of Europe? Peter Hense is a lawyer in Leipzig, Germany, and is specialised in technology and media law. In this episode we talk with him about german law drafts affecting Google and Facebook and what these platforms think about that. Yes, law is complex, but Peter explains it in an understandable way. Peter Hense >> Twitter: twitter.com/peterhense >> LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/peter-hense-19861318/ Spirit Legal >> Website: spiritlegal.com/en/ >> YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCTgWDV8FQzYWG9iFfGWMtWg >> Facebook: facebook.com/spiritlegal Google News case in Germany (ancillary copyright/Leistungsschutzrecht http://www.pcworld.com/article/3195443/internet/google-case-raises-doubts-about-german-news-copyright-law.html Come and meet us at News Impact Summit in Budapest newsimpact.io/registration

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