Difference between revisions of "2019 Submission 14"

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|Submission=Content moderation
 
|Submission=Content moderation
 
|Comments=Laws passed recently in Europe (such as https://law.yale.edu/mfia/case-disclosed/germanys-netzdg-and-threat-online-free-speech) require more aggressive enforcement of moderation policies on social media and other internet platforms. To what extent can platforms preempt this type of regulation with better enforcement? What are the dangers to freedom of expression? In what ways does objectionable content and overmoderation affect historically disadvantaged groups?
 
|Comments=Laws passed recently in Europe (such as https://law.yale.edu/mfia/case-disclosed/germanys-netzdg-and-threat-online-free-speech) require more aggressive enforcement of moderation policies on social media and other internet platforms. To what extent can platforms preempt this type of regulation with better enforcement? What are the dangers to freedom of expression? In what ways does objectionable content and overmoderation affect historically disadvantaged groups?
|Issue Area=Content Policy, Freedom of Expression
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|Issue Area=Content Policy, Freedom of Expression, TechLash
 
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Latest revision as of 16:16, 29 March 2019


Timestamp: 2019/02/04 09:16:07 AM
Email Address: xxxxx@xxxxxx.xxxx
Name: xxxxx xxxxxxxxx
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society / Academia
Submission:
Content moderation
Comments:
Laws passed recently in Europe (such as https://law.yale.edu/mfia/case-disclosed/germanys-netzdg-and-threat-online-free-speech) require more aggressive enforcement of moderation policies on social media and other internet platforms. To what extent can platforms preempt this type of regulation with better enforcement? What are the dangers to freedom of expression? In what ways does objectionable content and overmoderation affect historically disadvantaged groups?
Issue Areas: Content Policy, Freedom of Expression, TechLash