The first panel in our series on content moderation will examine the startup perspective on Section 230 and intermediary liability.
We all create, share, and consume content on Internet platforms every day. But what goes on behind the scenes to make the platforms hosting that content work as intended?
Join Engine and the Charles Koch Institute next Friday, June 14th, for the first panel in our three-part series on the Nuts and Bolts of Content Moderation. We'll discuss how and why various Internet companies of all sizes moderate their users' content to the benefit of the platform and its users.
Mara Giorgio, Airbnb
Sherwin Siy, Wikimedia
Victoria McCullough, Tumblr
Kate Tummarello, Engine
Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2325. Lunch will be provided by Mason Dixie Biscuit Company.
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