Past Events

These are past events that were listed on our site. We link to recordings when available.

  • INHOPE Summit 2021

    When
    September 21, 2021 – September 22, 2021

    The fourth INHOPE Summit will take place on September 21-22. This virtual conference will be centred on Digital First Responders. They are your first line of defence against crimes online. They are the first line of defence against online CSAM, the analyst or moderator who receives the report, the trust and safety team, and law enforcement. We will be asking anyone who is a part of these teams, of this eco-system, to register, to build connections, grow collaboration and unite our efforts.

  • Mitigating Societal Harms in a Social Media World

    When
    September 21, 2021 – September 22, 2021

    This event focuses on elemental contributors to societal harm that can be amplified by social media – Hate Speech, Terrorism/Radicalization/Exploitation, Misinformation, and Disinformation – by delivering insights from experts working in policy, technical standards, and cutting-edge solutions built on promising technologies such as AI and machine learning. Hear about the latest approaches to these critical problems; join Q&A sessions with the speakers; and participate in small group discussions on each topic.

  • Mitigating Societal Harms in a Social Media World

    When
    September 21, 2021 – September 22, 2021

    This tech forum brings together policymakers and technologists to explore the intersection of current technology efforts and public policies, along with the resulting impacts to society. This event focuses on elemental contributors to societal harm that can be amplified by social media – “Hate Speech, Terrorism/Radicalization/Exploitation, Misinformation, and Disinformation” – by delivering insights from experts working in policy, technical standards, and cutting-edge solutions built on promising technologies such as AI and machine learning.

  • International Democracy Week: Partnerships for supporting democracy online

    When
    September 16, 2021

    As part of the EU’s celebration of International Democracy Day, this debate will bring together key trans-Atlantic and multi-stakeholder speakers on democracy and technology from the fields of politics and the tech industry, as well as from the Global South. It will discuss pertinent questions including: HoAs part of the EU’s celebration of International Democracy Day, this debate will bring together key trans-Atlantic and multi-stakeholder speakers on democracy and technology from the fields of politics and the tech industry, as well as from the Global South. It will discuss pertinent questions including: How can big tech work with actors such as governments, political parties, civil society and international organizations to defend democracy online? How to ensure the inclusion and voice of the Global South in setting common standards?

  • The Great Firewall: China model of digital control

    When
    September 14, 2021

    As the illiberal use of technologies threatens to reshape the balance of power, MIGS is organizing a speaker series on digital authoritarianism. American and Canadian practitioners, researchers, and members of the private sector and civil society shine ligh

  • Marketplace Risk Management Conference

    When
    September 14, 2021 – September 15, 2021

    This conference offers over 50 sessions of useful and practical subject matter for your entire organization, from investors, founders, executives, lawyers and operators, to developers, data analysts and customer success representative.

    TSPA will be hosting a track at this conference. TSPA members can receive 60% off the registration fee. Contact your TSPA corporate representative for TSPA’s registration code.

  • The Future of Online Trust & Safety with TSPA and DTSP

    When
    September 9, 2021

    Join the Trust & Safety Professional Association and the Digital Trust & Safety Partnership for a virtual event to examine the future of the trust and safety field. The first-of-its-kind forum will feature speakers from tech platforms and civil society who deal with these issues firsthand everyday.

  • Infodemic: A Stanford Conference on Social Media and COVID-19 Misinformation

    When
    August 26, 2021

    The Infodemic Conference is focused on the use of social media and other digital platforms to misinform the public about a range of social and political issues. The consensus conference will engage experts in the fields of biomedical ethics, public health, and cyber policy with representatives from social media companies, popular blog sites, and the public. The conference hopes to establish (1) an ethical mandate to address vaccine disinformation, (2) best practices for conducting a vaccine safety campaign on social media, (3) improved public confidence in vaccine safety, and (4) a prioritized research

  • Bad Boys, Bad Boys, What’s YouTube Gonna Do?

    When
    August 18, 2021

    In October 2011, YouTube refused to take down a video at the request of a local U.S. government agency. YouTube’s refusal to remove a video depicting policy violence raises questions about platforms’ responsibility as an archive of public interest content, and also the limits of their ability to challenge government takedown requests. This week, we’ll be talking about how companies handle government takedown requests, and how they communicate about them to the public.

  • GIFCT Global Summit 2021

    When
    July 26, 2021 – July 28, 2021

    GIFCT Global Annual Summit will showcase progress on core strategic objectives, highlight the multi-stakeholder element of that work, and preview priorities and plans for the year ahead. The Summit will take place virtually and feature three primary sessions over the course of a 36-hour period to accommodate attendees from around the world.

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