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This book deepens the understanding of the use of alternative regulatory instruments (ARIs) to protect minors against harmful content. Hence, its purpose was fourfold. First, the issue of protecting minors against harmful content is described and analysed. Second, the use of alternative regulatory instruments is explored. Third, the legal framework which surrounds both the protection of minors against harmful content as well as the use of alternative regulatory instruments is mapped. Fourth, the compliance of the use of such instruments to protect minors against harmful content with the broader legal framework is assessed. The research topic of the book sprouts from the research tradition of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law & ICT (ICRI) and builds on research that has been carried out at this centre, in particular on the PhD theses of Caroline Uyttendaele and Peggy Valcke.

Keywords: alternative regulatoryinstruments (ARIs); ICRI



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