NATO STRATCOMCOE considers social media regulation

The Rīga-based NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence (STRATCOMCE) is back with another online expert discussion February 24 with the regulation of social media platforms in focus.

"Social media have emerged as dominant global platforms for both private and political discourse. While these platforms have transformed communication and information exchange to enable democratic debate, they have also created environments where harassment, disinformation, hate-speech and extremism thrive," sys advance publicity.

"Considering recent controversies related to freedom of expression online, legal and regulatory concerns about how social media companies should act and behave have risen to the top of the agenda for policy makers.

"In this week’s #StratComTalks​ we discuss these issues with two distinguished experts who will provide their take on why, how, in what way, and by whom social media platforms could or should be regulated." 

Speakers will be Lubos Kuklis (Board Member at the European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services) and Felix Kartte (Senior Advisor at Reset) in a discussion moderated by Sanda Svetoka, NATO StratCom COE.

The event takes place online on February 24 at 16:00 Rīga time (GMT +2) on both Facebook and YouTube.

 

 

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