Thaís Ferreira, the Centre’s first scholarship holder, publishes a thesis on practices that increase the use of online platforms and the European Union’s legal framework.
WhatNext.Law shares the publication of the thesis entitled “HYPER-ENGAGING MECHANISMS AND THE EU LEGAL FRAMEWORK: an analysis of the lawfulness of practices that increase the time and frequency of use of online platforms”.
The thesis addresses the growing number of practices used by online platforms to increase participation and time of use by their users. Thaís examines the legal framework and challenges of these practices in the European Union and questions whether they comply with the law.
WhatNext.Law congratulates the researcher on her work.
Read the thesis here.