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  1. New school speech regulation as a regulatory strategy against hate speech on social media: The case of Germany's NetzDG Journal Article
    Griffin, Rachel (2022)
    In: Telecommunications Policy, 46(9)
  2. More than a glance: Investigating the differential efficacy of radicalizing graphical cues with right-wing messages Journal Article
    Tomczyk, Samuel ; Pielmann, Diana ; Schmidt, Silke (2022)
    In: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 28(2), pp. 245-267
  3. Phishing in online banking –an overview of the development and the European and German legal positions Contribution
    Oleownik, Sonja (2022)
    In: Borges, Georg; Sorge, Christoph (Eds.), Law and technology in a global digital society, Springer, Cham, pp. 257-286
  4. The role of criminal law in regulating cybercrime and IT security Contribution
    Brodowski, Dominik (2022)
    In: Borges, Georg; Sorge, Christoph (Eds.), Law and technology in a global digital society, Springer, Cham, pp. 233-255
  5. Counteraction to offenses against sexual self-determination of minors in criminal law of Germany Contribution
    Manna, Ammar Abdul Karim; Gumel, Naguib Ali Seif El; Saifullina, Maria Ivanovna (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Proceedings of the VII International Scientific-Practical Conference “Criminal Law and Operative Search Activities: Problems of Legislation, Science and Practice”, SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications, pp. 394-399
  6. The German network enforcement act on the test bench Contribution
    Hilgendorf, Eric (2021)
    In: Ghanayim, Khalid; Shany, Yuval (Eds.), The quest for core values in the application of legal norms. Essays in honor of Mordechai Kremnitzer, Springer, Cham, pp. 161-175
  7. Conflicts of law in privacy, data protection, and defamation disputes: German and English law Contribution
    Hörnle, Julia (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Internet jurisdiction. Law and practice, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 369-405
  8. Covid-19: a catalyst for cybercrime? Journal Article
    Bou Sleiman, Mohamed ; Gerdemann, Simon (2021)
    In: International Cybersecurity Law Review, 2(1), pp. 37-45
  9. Jurisdiction of the criminal courts in cybercrime cases in Germany and England Contribution
    Hörnle, Julia (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Internet jurisdiction. Law and practice, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 115-144
  10. The new German darknet-criminal law-draft. Darkening by restricting individual rights Journal Article
    Wörner, Liane ; Preetz, Nicolai (2020)
    In: Journal of Penal Law & Criminology, 8(1), pp. 33-58
  11. From legal to technical concept: towards an automated classification of German political Twitter postings as criminal offenses Contribution
    Zufall, Frederike ; Horsmann, Tobias ; Zesch, Torsten (2019)
    In: Association for Computational Linguistics, (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2019 conference of the North American chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: human language technologies, Volume 1, Association for Computational Linguistics, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  12. Boundlessness of Cyberspace vs. Limited Application of the National Criminal Law (on the example of Russian, US-American and German legal systems). International Cybercrime Court Journal Article
    Paramonova, Svetlana (2013)
    In: Grigol Robakidze University Academic Digest, Law, pp. 38-50
  13. Cybercrime and jurisdiction in Germany. The present situation and the need for new solutions Contribution
    Sieber, Ulrich (2006)
    In: Brenner, Susan; Koops, Bert-Jaap (Eds.), Cybercrime and jurisdiction. A global survey, T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague, (Information technology & law series, 11), pp. 183-210