Judit Bayer is associate professor of media law and international law at the Budapest Business School, Hungary. Her research background is in human rights, freedom of expression, media freedom and pluralism, and privacy. She has a PhD. in constitutional law.
Bayer has authored several books in the field of media law, more narrowly in the field of public service broadcasting, liability of internet service providers, freedom of expression on the internet, and human rights. She has authored numerous articles and has presented papers in international conferences. She has been project director in various reserach projects, among others on media pluralism in a CEPS Study for LIBE Commission of the European Parliament in 2016, and a CEPS Study for LIBE Commission on disinformation and propaganda spreading through social media.
Judit Bayer is an experienced editor and lector, among others chief editor of the quarterly journal „Mediakutato”, and invited reviewer to peer-reviewed academic journals. She was a Research Fellow in the Information Policy Programme of the Open Society Institute, and is currently a fellow at the CEPS Engage Program.