It is impossible to imagine the discussion about a common social canon of values without it: the Basic Law. For 70 years, the Basic Law has guaranteed the rights of individuals and collective social rights. Digitalisation in almost all areas of life has raised new questions. Is our Basic Law sufficient for this? Does it protect us sufficiently or do we need special basic digital rights?
- Markus Beckedahl, founder and editor-in-chief, netzpolitik.org and founder, re:publica
- Prof. Dr. Heinz Bude, Professor of Macrosociology, University of Kassel and co-initiator, Digital Charter
- Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost, Head, Design Research Lab, Berlin University of the Arts and Principal Investigator, Weizenbaum Institute for Networked Society
- Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, former Federal Minister of Justice
Moderation: Dr. Heinrich Wefing, Head of Politics Department, DIE ZEIT