Michael Klos | Freedom of expression on the internet

Hate speech, disinformation, and online terrorist content

Who is Michael Klos?

Michael Klos (1991) has been teaching and researching at the Department of ‘Jurisprudence’ at Leiden University since December 2017. Klos teaches in the propaedeutic year Law and is the coordinator of the elective course ‘Law & Literature: Reflection on Democracy and the Rule of Law’. Klos writes a dissertation about freedom of expression on the internet. In his dissertation, Klos deals with contemporary challenges such as hate speech, fake news, disinformation and the spread of online terrorist propaganda.

Michael Klos at World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg on 7 November 2019
Michael Klos at World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg on 7 November 2019. Photograph © Pascal Bastien

Presentations by Michael Klos

 

English

Dutch

Elective course Law and Literature

Digital promotion for the elective course 'Law & Literature: Reflection on democracy and the rule of law' (academic year 2019/2020) at Leiden University.
On Wednesday 8 April 2020 the elective course ‘Law & Literature: a reflection on democracy and the rule of law‘ (Dutch) will start at Leiden University.

Courses taught by Michael Klos

2019/2020