Tech-platforms in the past week had to remove and ban someone because of inciting violence. That person happened to be the President of the United States. It is hard to argue that tech-platforms did not see this coming since they deal with all kinds of other harmful behavior on their platforms. It is also hard to argue that tech-platforms had a governance structure in place to address the problem.Read more
About this blog
Collab in Action (CIA) is the Justice Collaboratory’s blog written by its senior research team of Camila Gripp, PhD (Criminal Justice issues) and Farzaneh Badiei, PhD (Social Media issues). The Justice Collaboratory’s mission is to bring the latest ideas in the social sciences to bear on current problems. Rooted in the tenets of procedural justice, we seek to improve both the criminal justice and social media governance systems. We do this by:
Transforming the Goal: Legitimacy. The objective of both the criminal justice and social media governance system, must be to increase trust and cooperation between communities and the state.
Transforming the Focus: Communities, not individuals, should be our most meaningful unit of analysis.
Transforming the Language: Public Safety. Public safety is not just the reduction of crime or the maintenance of order. Rather, safety requires freedom from insecurity and victimization, community disenfranchisement, and government overreach.
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