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Noha Ashraf Abdel Baky

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Sep 7, 2021, 8:33:06 AMSep 7
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Dear Community Members,
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Noha Ashraf


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Two more events

 

You are invited!
Two more panels in our
CONTENT MODERATION SERIES

Hi Foundry community,
We invite you to join us in two of a four-part speaker series on content moderation and online safety. If you missed our first panel: "Intro to Content Moderation" you can watch it here.
 
Online Hate Moderation, Sep 15
This event will feature a conversation between platforms and civil society organizations on major topics hate speech moderation, including how hate speech is defined around the world, how platforms have been able to make advances in addressing this type of content, how hate speech and harassment impacts societal violence, polarization, political participation, and human rights. For registration, more information about the speakers and bios, click here. 




Role of Governments on Online Content Moderation, Sep 22
This event features a discussion on how governments around the world are thinking about content regulation, including in the EU and the United States and what this means for users, especially marginalized communities around the world. We will also hear from our panelists on what their thoughts are on what governments should be doing differently. For registration, more information about the speakers and bios, click here. 

Looking forward to seeing you! 
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