Are you a tech company interested in learning more about the state and future of global online regulation and what it means for your platform?
Have you been following the Online Regulation Series and want to hear more about the impact of global online regulation on freedom of expression and digital rights?
As always, this webinar session will finish with a Q&A session that is open to all attendees.
Are you a researcher, government official, or civil society representative who is invested in supporting the tech sector in tackling terrorist use of the internet whilst safeguarding human rights and freedom of expression?
Across October and November, Tech Against Terrorism has been conducting its Online Regulation Series (ORS), exploring current trends in global regulation of online speech, with a particular focus on terrorist content. To mark the end of the Online Regulation Series, Tech Against Terrorism is organising a concluding webinar to share insights of our findings and provide a global overview of the state and future of online regulation.
During this webinar, Tech Against Terrorism will welcome a panel of regional experts to discuss the global regulatory approaches that we have covered throughout the ORS, and we will look at trends in Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, and South America. In doing so, we hope to cover issues like removal deadlines, definitions of terrorism and “harmful” content, transparency, accountability, and smaller tech platform capacity. Our aim is to highlight the challenges to freedom of expression and digital rights that exist in current regulation, and together with experts identify ways to improve regulatory efforts to tackle terrorist use of the internet in a way that respects the rule of law and protects human rights.