International Oversight

Part II: What do social media platforms and the Russian company Nornickel have in common? In search of a form of international liability for legal persons. [Opinion]

PART II Social media and the environment have one common denominator: both fields need a strict international legal approach, as shown by the examples of Trump’s social media ban and the Norilsk diesel-oil spill. These issues could be addressed by creating an international legal framework as discussed in Part I and by establishing a neutral …

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Part I: What do social media platforms and the Russian company Nornickel have in common? In search of a form of international liability for legal persons. [Opinion]

PART I How do Donald Trump’s banishment from social media, the removal of Syrian war videos, and a major leak of diesel oil within the Arctic fit together? Those acts might trigger the international responsibility of legal persons, including social media platforms (“SMPs”) and the Russian company Nornickel. Furthermore, both areas lack international regulations, even …

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