Prof. Matthias C.Kettemann is a senior researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) and head of its research programme on rule-making in online spaces. A visiting professor for International Law at the University of Jena, Privatdozent at the University of Frankfurt and lecturer at the University of Graz, he is research group leader for Global Constitutionalism and the Internet at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), Head of Section, International Law and the Internet, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, research group leader for Platform and Content Governance at the Sustainable Computing Lab of the Vienna University of Economics and Business and associated researcher at Germany’s Research Center Social Cohesion. He has been a consultant for internet law and digital rights for a number of international organizations, including the Council of Europe and the Fundamental Rights Agency, national governments, ministries and legislatures, including the Federal Foreign Office, the Ministry of Economy and the German Bundestag, and international companies and foundations. His most recent books are Kettemann, The Normative Order of the Internet. A Theory of Rule and Regulation Online (OUP 2020), (as editor) Navigating Normative Orders. Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Campus 2020) and (with W. Benedek), Freedom of Expression and the Internet (2nd ed.) (Strasbourg, 2020).
Leibniz-Insitute for Media Research – Hans-Bredow-Institute