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Legal Frontiers in Digital Media 2020 - Webinar Series

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Our webinar series on emerging legal issues at the intersection of digital media, freedom of speech, and law

 
 April 15th at Noon PT/3:00 p.m. ET (One Hour)

Content Moderation and the Coronavirus
Digital platforms, already under scrutiny for their moderation practices, now find themselves fighting off misinformation about the coronavirus and handling other content-related issues while human reviewers are under stay-at-home orders. How are artificial intelligence and distributed networks of reviewers at home managing content review? How is the pandemic affecting substantive content moderation decisions (whether related to the virus or not)? Is transparency keeping pace with moderation practices? What surprises are digital platforms encountering as massive numbers of new users move their real-world lives to digital space? And will social media's critical role during the pandemic affect efforts to amend Section 230 or otherwise legislate moderation practices? Our panel of speakers will share their observations from a variety of viewpoints and their opinions about what the internet could look like after the crisis.

Speakers:
Daphne Keller, Director of Intermediary Liability at Stanford's Center for Internet and Society
Daren Orzechowski, Partner, White & Case

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