The paper, starting from the news of the appointment of the first 20 Members of Facebook’s Oversight Board, offers first brief reflections about the entry into force of a Facebook Court, enlightening true or presumed independence from the company, as well as similarities or differences with Google Advisory Council. Last but not least, the paper poses a question that already seems crucial: a model of justice with an own Court for each ‘Big Tech’ is going to be the ‘jurisdiction’ of the future?

A Facebook Court is born: towards the 'jurisdiction' of the future?

Iannotti della Valle
2020-01-01

Abstract

The paper, starting from the news of the appointment of the first 20 Members of Facebook’s Oversight Board, offers first brief reflections about the entry into force of a Facebook Court, enlightening true or presumed independence from the company, as well as similarities or differences with Google Advisory Council. Last but not least, the paper poses a question that already seems crucial: a model of justice with an own Court for each ‘Big Tech’ is going to be the ‘jurisdiction’ of the future?
Social networks – Private jurisdiction – Right to erasure and right be forgotten – Data Protection Law – Technology – Internet
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