Judit Bayer is associate professor of media law and international law at the Budapest Business School, Hungary. Her research background is in media freedom and pluralism, freedom of expression, privacy and other human rights.
Bayer has published several books and articles in the field of media law, more narrowly in the field of liability of internet service providers, freedom of expression on the internet, public service broadcasting, and human rights.
Judit Bayer served as member or leader in several international research projects, among others on media pluralism within the European Union in 2016, and on disinformation and propaganda and its impact on democracies in 2018.
She previously worked at the University of Miskolc, King Sigismund College, and the International Business School (Oxford Brookes University) in Budapest. She worked as a research fellow at the Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand), and at the Tama University (Tokyo, Japan).
Judit has a PhD in constitutional law, and habilitation in data protection. She is member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Communication Science Society of Hungary, and other professional associations.
She is chief editor of the quarterly academic journal "Médiakutató".
MA thesis supervision:
International law from any of the following perspectives: human rights media pluralism freedom of expression equality data protection peace.