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Was man im Netz darf und kann – und was nicht

Was man im Netz darf und kann – und was nicht

On 8 November 2019, students of the Hamburg Gymnasium Altona discussed with Matthias K. Klatt and Keno Christoffer Potthast what you can and may do on the Internet from a legal perspective - and what you cannot. There was also a great deal of interest in the question of how to get to research at all, how a dissertation topic is being developed, how much money you earn there, etc.
In two further events, the students will deal with issues of social and communication science in media research. Anna Sophia Tiedeke and Katharina Mosene will be available as experts.


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