BBC Radio 4: Free Speech and Social Media

BBC Radio 4: Free Speech and Social Media

Following the unrest in Washington DC, Access Partnership’s Head of Data Policy & Trust, Mike Clauser, spoke to BBC Radio 4 on how tech companies should negotiate freedom of speech for their users, where the boundaries should be in this regard, and how social media companies should deal with these sorts of posts.

Listen to the interview clip here.

 

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