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Her research interests include; uncertainty and risk, risk governance, transnational regulation and private authority, standard setting for information and communication technologies, domain interests, internet governance, regulation of knowledge (copyright law).<ref>[http://www2.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/units/CARR/aboutUs/staff/hofmann.aspx lse.ac.uk]</ref><ref>[https://sites.google.com/a/internetundgesellschaft.de/betasite-en/forschungsbereiche/internet-governance sites.google.com]</ref>
 
Her research interests include; uncertainty and risk, risk governance, transnational regulation and private authority, standard setting for information and communication technologies, domain interests, internet governance, regulation of knowledge (copyright law).<ref>[http://www2.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/units/CARR/aboutUs/staff/hofmann.aspx lse.ac.uk]</ref><ref>[https://sites.google.com/a/internetundgesellschaft.de/betasite-en/forschungsbereiche/internet-governance sites.google.com]</ref>
 
== Career & Industry Involvement ==
 
== Career & Industry Involvement ==
Ms. Hofmann was involved with [[ICANN]] as a researcher and as an "At Large Membership" Activist, just a few years after ICANN was founded. She was a European Candidate in ICANN's first online election in 2000. After which, she also worked with an NGO and Academic Science Group called [[NAIS]], and from there became involved in ICANN's [[ALS|At Large Membership Structure]]. She served on ICANN's [[NomCom]] as a voting member in 2004 and 2005.<ref>[http://www.diplomacy.edu/conferences/ig/speakers.asp diplomacy.edu]</ref>
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Dr. Hofmann was involved with [[ICANN]] as a researcher and as an "At Large Membership" Activist, just a few years after ICANN was founded. She was a European Candidate in ICANN's first online election in 2000. After which, she also worked with an NGO and Academic Science Group called [[NAIS]], and from there became involved in ICANN's [[ALS|At Large Membership Structure]]. She served on ICANN's [[NomCom]] as a voting member in 2004 and 2005.<ref>[http://www.diplomacy.edu/conferences/ig/speakers.asp diplomacy.edu]</ref>
    
She joined the [[WSIS]] Civil Society Internet Governance Caucus in 2003.  Throughout 2004 and 2005 she served, together with [[Adam Peake]], as co-coordinator of the caucus. During that same period, she was a member of the German delegation to the World Summit representing the German WSIS civil society coordination group.<ref>[http://www.wsis-cs.org/igfnominees.shtml?slice_id=3e640adb2506b8421b3f31232657571b&sh_itm=e802a11f6cd5d4092869adcc2d9a3c93 wsis-cs.org]</ref> In 2003, she was a member of the [[IETF]]'s "problem statement" working group. She has been a member of the academic advisory board of the Federal Agency for Civic Education in Germany, and the Committee for Communication and Information of the German Chapter of UNESCO, since 2002.<ref>[http://mediaresearchhub.ssrc.org/jeanette-hofmann/person_view MediaResearchHub.org]</ref>
 
She joined the [[WSIS]] Civil Society Internet Governance Caucus in 2003.  Throughout 2004 and 2005 she served, together with [[Adam Peake]], as co-coordinator of the caucus. During that same period, she was a member of the German delegation to the World Summit representing the German WSIS civil society coordination group.<ref>[http://www.wsis-cs.org/igfnominees.shtml?slice_id=3e640adb2506b8421b3f31232657571b&sh_itm=e802a11f6cd5d4092869adcc2d9a3c93 wsis-cs.org]</ref> In 2003, she was a member of the [[IETF]]'s "problem statement" working group. She has been a member of the academic advisory board of the Federal Agency for Civic Education in Germany, and the Committee for Communication and Information of the German Chapter of UNESCO, since 2002.<ref>[http://mediaresearchhub.ssrc.org/jeanette-hofmann/person_view MediaResearchHub.org]</ref>

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