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International Law

What the United Nations Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights (Don’t) Say About Content Moderation

Facebook’s Oversight Board presents itself as an executor of the global public interest embedded in international law. But in reality, the board uses international law in an imaginative and incoherent fashion, often widely reinterpreting its principles and instruments.

Digital Social Contract

Content Moderation Tools to Stop Extremism

Technology companies are more active than ever in trying to stop terrorists, white supremacists, conspiracy theorists, and other hateful individuals, organizations, and movements from exploiting their platforms, but government and public pressure to do more is growing. This paper presents a range of content moderation options for technology companies, discussing how they work in practice, their advantages, and their limits and risks.

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