DSP at TrustCon and the Trust and Safety Research Conference

Director of Operations Tonei Glavinic will be representing the DSP at two conferences in Palo Alto, California next week, both focused on efforts by technology companies to deal with harmful content on their platforms.

TrustCon 2022

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From the Outside Looking In: Collaboration Tactics for NGOs and T&S Teams

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
2:20pm-3:20pm Pacific – TrustCon Mainstage

Moderator: Blessing Okorougo – Director of Product Partnerships, Social Advocacy, Tinder

Tonei Glavinic – Director of Operations, Dangerous Speech Project
Erica Olsen – Safety Net Project Director, National Network to End Domestic Violence
Neha Thakkar – Stakeholder Engagement, Content Policy, Meta

Session description:
The practice of trust and safety requires strong understanding of a world that’s changing by the moment. Experts at non-governmental organizations (NGOs) can help trust and safety teams develop policies and enforcement mechanisms that best serve their user community’s needs. Building relationships of trust between T&S teams and NGOs isn’t always simple, though. In this session, we’ll sit down with professionals from tech and non-profit to talk about both sides can set themselves up for success.

TrustCon in-person tickets are sold out, but virtual tickets are still available at https://trustcon.net.
The session recording will only be available to virtual ticketholders.

Trust and Safety Research Conference

On September 29-30, the Stanford Internet Observatory and the Trust and Safety Foundation will host a two-day conference focusing on cutting-edge research in trust and safety. During the poster presentation and social hour on Thursday afternoon, Tonei will be sharing insights from a collaborative research project in Bangladesh that the DSP has been working on since 2020.