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  1. Oct 2020
    1. between freedom of speech and “freedom of reach”: leave posts up, but make them less visible and viral.

      Interesting distinction

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    1. This article links content policy, anti-monopoly regulation and human rights in an effective way. These issues are closely interlinked. Here are the man points from the article:

      • explaining position of main actors focusing on fake and false news and right on freedom of expression;
      • growing censorship in the Western societies (UK, France)
      • can tech executives be in charge of freedom of expression;
      • how to avoid monopolies in content - the most reasonable approach is to develop interoperability with users having possibility to switch between platforms (move data) without using its network and contacts (analogy to mobile phone number); in this scenario the social networks would become utilities.
      • internatoinal human rights law provide a solid international framework for dealing with content (reasonable balance between freedom of speech and relevant and proportionate restrictions.

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  2. Jun 2020