Twitter’s Revised World Leader Policy is Still Sanctioned Bullying

Twitter is exploring ways to add a disclaimer or other context around Tweets from world leaders that break their terms of service but the company has chosen to leave up because of their supposed newsworthiness. Twitter’s head of legal, policy, and trust and safety, Vijaya Gadde explained: “One of the things we’re working really closely on with […]

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Protego Weekly Roundup – February 20, 2019

Welcome back!  Hopefully you return rested and ready after a President’s Day long weekend.  Between the role of AI in human rights violations, a new “Digital Gangster”, copyright laws killing the internet, robocalls and tech disclosure, we’ve got enough to catch you back up to speed in this week’s Protego Press Roundup. In Case You […]

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News of the Day – 11/8/18

A quick summary of interesting articles related to technology and policy, from around the web: Joshua Geltzer writes about ongoing election interference Charlie Warzel dives into disinformation heading into the mid-term elections The NYT runs a piece on the evolution of disinformation campaigns A short clip of Adam Thierer and Zachary Graves discussing “soft law” becoming the new […]

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