5 November, 2014
This morning, Bart Schermer (partner at Considerati) spoke on alleged anti-Semitic expressions in the game Clash of Clans in a broadcast of BNR Nieuwsradio.
Clash of Clans allows players to set up and name their own clans. A research conducted by BNR Nieuwsradio shows that groups of players use words like ‘holocaust’ and other terms that could be associated with anti-Semitism to name their clans.
In the broadcast, Bart explains on the criminal implications of anti-Semitic and hatred expressions within games. Are the players of a game liable for their expressions within the game? Which jurisdiction is applicable? At what moment could the maker of a game, as an intermediary, be held liable for the expressions of its users? Bart answers all these questions at BNR Nieuwsradio. The audio-fragment is available here (in Dutch).
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