The Dangerous Speech Project and 14 other organizations called for GIFCT, the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, to respect human rights and address concerns about censorship, transparency, and overreach.
Automated content moderation is a temporary, imperfect emergency response. Companies and governments must ensure that it does not become the new status quo.
Following Facebook’s announcement of plans to create a content moderation oversight board, internet and human rights organization Access Now lays out a set of principles designed to help platforms create content moderation processes and practices that will protect free expression.
Change the Terms, a coalition of US civil rights organizations, offers a series of recommended policies that internet companies should adopt to address “hateful activities” on their services.