Join our tech Lawyer Raghav Mendiratta on Wednesday, October 26, at 10 a.m. ET / 5 p.m. Doha, for a Twitter Spaces conversation about who should regulate social media.
More than 4 billion people worldwide use some form of social media, and with information traveling at nearly the speed of light, social media has had a seismic impact on the world. It’s fueled revolutions and social change, it’s made people billionaires, it’s cost people their jobs and it’s created a new arena for hate speech and cyberbullying. Doha Debates examines the global impact of social media, good and bad, with Raghav Mendiratta, a technology lawyer and fellow at the Future Free Speech Project, and Matthieu Boutard, managing director of Bodyguard, which built an app to fight online hate. We’ll discuss the question: Who should regulate social media?
Who should regulate social media?
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