1 min readCreating a constitution for content moderation

To counter deep fakes, David Kaye proposes a constitution for content regulation based on human rights.

With deepfakes proliferating the internet, content regulation is becoming even more a necessity. In this article by David Kaye, he expounds on the deep issues of online content moderation and the various factors that need to be considered. He says that in order for content moderation to work, it must enable the public to exercise their capacity for free speech, while at the same time safeguarding the very foundation of societies.

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