Sanctions on digital platforms: Balancing proportionality in a modern public square

@article{Marique2020SanctionsOD,
  title={Sanctions on digital platforms: Balancing proportionality in a modern public square},
  author={Enguerrand Marique and Yseult Marique},
  journal={Comput. Law Secur. Rev.},
  year={2020},
  volume={36},
  pages={105372}
}
Abstract This paper asks which legal tools digital operators could use to manage colliding rights on their platforms in a digitalised and transnational space such as the Internet. This space can be understood as a “modern public square”, bringing together actions in the digitalised world and their interactions with actual events in the physical world. It is then useful to provide this space with a discursive framework allowing for discussing and contesting actions happening on it. In particular… 
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