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Making a Rioter- Social Media’s Role in Planning and Inciting Civil Unrest and Violent Protests
Start Date: 10/26/2021Start Time: 1:30 PM
End Date: 10/26/2021

Event Description:

The Center for International Human Rights and the Department of Law at the Free University of Berlin in conjunction with the Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice and the Master of Arts in International Crime & Justice at John Jay College cordially invite you to a presentation on

 Making a Rioter- Social Media’s Role in Planning and Inciting Civil Unrest and Violent Protests 

October 26th, 2021
1:30pm EDT

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Dr. Alexander Heinze,
LL.M., Assistant Professor at the Georg- August-University of Göttingen 

Dr. Marie-Michelle Strah,
CIHR Visting Scholar and Adjunct Professor of International Crime and Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Alexander Heinze is an Assistant Professor at the University of Göttingen School of Law. He obtained his doctorate in International Criminal Law from the University of Göttingen, was awarded the Trinity College Alumni scholarship and received his Magister in Utroque Jure (LLM) from Trinity College, Dublin with distinction. His research and publications (in English and German) deal with various aspects of comparative law, media law, international criminal procedure, legal theory, philosophy and sociology of law. Alexander Heinze is an elected member of the International Law Association Committee on Complementarity in International Criminal Law, Co-Editor of the German Law Journal and Book Review Editor of the Criminal Law Forum.

Dr. Marie-Michelle Strah is a US Army veteran and holds a PhD from Cornell University as well as an MA from John Jay College. She has over 20 years’ experience in cybersecurity, cybercrime, digital transformation, data security, governance and compliance for public and private sector entities worldwide. After her military service, Dr. Strah held global leadership roles specializing in highly regulated industries with General Dynamics, Microsoft and NBCUniversal and has provided executive and cabinet level advisory services on cybersecurity and cybercrime prevention. She is a recognized expert in the field of disinformation and the terror-crime nexus.

Alexander Heinze and Marie-Michelle Strah

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