1. Introduction
  2. Chapter 2 – role of constitution in digital media/electronic communications (in light of technological advances)
  3. Chapter 3 – constitutionalism and social media (social networking sites being just one of social media)
  4. Chapter 4 – fundamental human rights and eroding constitutionalism (in light of technological advances) (a) violations in context of constitution and (b) violations in context of private law.
  5. Chapter 5 – specific human rights violations (case law, comparative analysis UK, USA, Eastern Europe perhaps Ukraine)
  6. Human rights chapter for social media? Analysis (new type of technological rights, problem in different countries, third world, usa (ICANN), UK, Eastern Europe etc). THIS IS THE KEY PART OF THE PHD THESIS. (Digital constitutionalism, global constitutionalism, internet).
  7. Conclusion (problems emerging from digital constitutionalism in developed countries and less developed countries. Technological companies, Google, Facebook, Amazon gaining too much power and their decisions have impact on users, human rights, various issues data protection, defamation, hate speech, privacy etc. possible solutions, should ICANN have decision making power impacting on human rights?… democratic issues etc).