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Two ways social networks could control toxic content

14/01/2020

Ron Porat, CTO of L1ght, discusses why platforms are failing to keep their sites free of hate speech, harassment, and other inappropriate content and how to fix it. From headlines about YouTube allowing racist and homophobic harassment in the comments section to revelations that GIPHY is playing host to child...
Ron Porat, CTO of L1ght, discusses why platforms are failing to keep their sites free of hate speech, harassment, and other inappropriate content and how to fix it. From headlines about YouTube allowing racist and homophobic harassment in the comments section to revelations that GIPHY is playing host to child pornography and white supremacy imagery or even moderators accusing Facebook for giving them PTSD, it’s clear that platforms across the board are failing to keep their sites free of toxic content or approach moderation properly.Read Full Story Ron Porat, CTO of L1ght, discusses why platforms are failing to keep their sites free of hate speech, harassment, and other inappropriate content and how to fix it. From headlines about YouTube allowing racist and homophobic harassment in the comments section to revelations that GIPHY is playing host to child pornography and white supremacy imagery or even moderators accusing Facebook for giving them PTSD, it’s clear that platforms across the board are failing to keep their sites free of toxic content or approach moderation properly.Read Full Story
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