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Till Kreutzer


Till Kreutzer is a German lawyer and co-founder of the Copyright-portal iRights. He is also working – in collaboration with Google – for the Think Tank “Collaboratory” that focuses on digital copyright issues. Kreutzer teaches at the German “Akademie für Publizistik”, and at both the Free University and the Humboldt University in Berlin.



Google and the Ancillary Copyright

Two-Front Battle

Google has come under enormous pressure over antitrust claims and violations of the German ancillary copyright for press publishers. The EU Commission finally sides with the publishers but it seems likely that Google will keep the upper hand.

by Till Kreutzer 19.10.2013



The cultural implications of Silicon Valley

Big infatuation

Like The Kardashians, Silicon Valley just isn’t part of the real world.

by Juliane Mendelsohn 30.10.2014



How to cure the Internet's ills

“The surveillance economy has replaced the free economy”

Andrew Keen is know as the “Antichrist of Silicon Valley”. He calls Google a monster, Uber a bad idea and wants governments to regulate both.

Conversation by Max Tholl with Andrew Keen 27.01.2015

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