Talks

Conference

Let’s think global: Social Media Commission – A Federated
Model for Governance

Presented at the GigaNet Symposium as part of UN Internet Governance Forum 2021 on Social Media Commission – A Federated Model for Governance

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Seminar

Prevalence-based gradation process to tackle misinformation and disinformation on social media

Presented at the Centre for Internet and Society’s seminar on Information Disorder on the topic of “prevalence-based gradation process to tackle misinformation and disinformation on social media”

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Podcast

Tackling Mis/Disinformation on Vaccines

Listen to me as I discuss how to tackle the misinformation and disinformation on social media platforms to contain vaccine hesitancy in this episode of the All Things Policy podcast

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Fixing The Broken Social Media Problem

The urge to fix social media has mulled governments and agencies to think along the lines of regulating these entities. As a response to it, to combat governmental regulation, social media platforms had spin-off self-regulation models. But over-reliance on the government (as in India and the UK) or firm (as in self-regulation or Facebook’s oversight board) for implementing consumer-centric governance is inadequate. So then, what could be the democratically legitimate global structure for social media governance? This episode will answer this question by discussing a federated model of governance called the Social Media Commission (SMC).

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