Designing platform governance: A normative perspective on needs, strategies, and tools to regulate intermediaries

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Published date: May 26, 2020

Author: Prof. Dr. Matthias Cornils

Subject tag: Data Access | Disinformation and misinformation | Government transparency | Terrorism and violent extremism

Analyzes the possibilities of transparency as a form of regulation for platform governance noting that it would allow for accountability in content moderation practices and that any transparency measure needs to be designed according to the different needs, risks, and grades of legitimacy for different companies.
[This entry was sourced with minor edits from the Carnegie Endowment’s Partnership for Countering Influence Operations and its baseline datasets initiative. You can find more information here: https://ceip.knack.com/pcio-baseline-datasets]