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The Information Society Project
@yaleisp -
May 17
RT @YaleISP_WIII: We are so excited to introduce the first set of essays in our "Platform Governance Terminologies" series! Join us as we discuss the concept of "stakeholders" and "trusted flaggers" with @rgorwa and @N_Appelman Thursday May 19. 12 PM ET https://t.co/jTMlT6bIXY
The Information Society Project
@yaleisp -
May 17
Day after tomorrow, @N_Appelman and @rgorwa present "Platform Governance Terminologies: Who Are The Stakeholders?" 12pm ET, Thursday May 19, 2022 DM for zoom cc @ivir_uva @WZB_Berlin https://t.co/HmnqIi0URS

Publications

(August 2021 | Report)
A Taxonomy of Harms and a Path Forward for the Federal Trade Commission
Rebecca Kelly Slaughter
(May 2021 | Report)
Dan Geer

Initiatives