The second panel in our content moderation series will look at the myths surrounding the ways in which platforms moderate user content.
You’ve probably heard about the ways Internet platforms moderate their users’ content. But there are many misperceptions about how content moderation actually works and the legal protections that allows online sites to regulate user content.
Join Engine and the Charles Koch Institute on Friday, June 28th, for the second panel in our three-part series on the Nuts and Bolts of Content Moderation. We will be discussing the myths of content moderation, including how and why platforms police user content, the differences between platforms and publishers, and the laws behind content moderation.
Neil Chilson, Charles Koch Institute
Carl Szabo, NetChoice
Clara Tsao, Mozilla Fellow
Liz Woolery, Center for Democracy and Technology
Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2237. Lunch from We the Pizza will be provided.
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