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“Until now, content moderation was basically done by the last person at Facebook or Twitter as we have seen — either Mark Zuckerberg or the other platform directors,” Thorning-Schmidt said.
Half of Washington thinks that there should be more moderation and that the platforms should be more restrictive.
As more people began discussing Covid-19 on Nextdoor, the company — similar to platforms like Facebook and Twitter — expanded its moderation policies surrounding the pandemic.
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In the past few years, the “mindful drinking” movement has evolved to embrace nuanced, positive frameworks for approaching sobriety or moderation.
Unlike in the United States, Twitter has historically miserably failed to perform the tiniest level of content moderation in India.
Platforms trying to stop the spread of fake newsThis is a huge, historic and tragic missed opportunity for these social media companies over the last 10 years to have had moderation policies.
Content moderation in audio is far more difficult than it is in text.
There’s reason to believe that Telegram does not treat content moderation as seriously as other platforms.
If you think back just a couple of years ago, the idea that social media companies would do any kind of content moderation was largely unheard of.
While also populated entirely with content from users, Wikipedia has a number of things on its side when it comes to moderation.

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