In the Op-Ed “The Right Way to Regulate Digital Harms” published by Project Syndicate on December 21, 2020, GNI Independent Board Chair David Kaye and GNI Policy Director Jason Pielemeier discuss the importance of clear and comprehensive regulatory approaches, based on human-rights principles, when addressing toxic content online from terrorist propaganda to election disinformation. The Op-Ed is also available in Chinese, Russian, and Spanish and was also republished by The Jordan Times, The Philippines Daily Inquirer, My República in Nepal, and the Singaporean-Chinese newspaper Zaobao.
The Right Way to Regulate Digital Harms
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