In 2018, YouTube removed 58 million videos due to the platform’s rules on fake, extremist or inappropriate content. Governments are taking action to tighten regulation on social medias. On the other hand, international courts and human rights groups rely on uncensored social media evidence for their investigations. Content moderation is a crucial issue in our digital time: who decides what we can or can’t see online, what gets to stay and what is erased? In this extraordinary panel discussion, an Italian expert asks two leading researchers and activists about their experience in the field of online freedom and documentation, their concerns and predictions for the future.
This event will be in English.
Running time: 80 minutes.