The Launch of the Ranking Digital Rights 2018 Corporate Accountability Index Ranking of 22 of the world’s most powerful telecommunications, internet, and mobile companies on their commitments and disclosed policies affecting users’ freedom of expression and privacy. _____ This post is added to "Innovation Business Trend Events" Follow for more highlights, events, interviews, and polls Relevant Topic: Continue Reading
What Does Open Internet Say About Content Filtering and Internet Creators?
What Does Open Internet Say About Content Filtering and Internet Creators? podcast about content ID system, YouTube in the spotlight Listen to Ruth Coustick-Deal, Digital Rights Campaigner at Open Media, who explains how new legislation being proposed in the European Union would require every single thing ever generated by anyone and uploaded to any platform on the internet to be checked against a database of owned content provided by Continue Reading
Automated Takedown of Content in Europe: Effective Content Recognition Technologies
Automated Takedown of Content in Europe: Effective Content Recognition Technologies Wikimedia Foundation is urging MEPs to stand against mandatory content filtering mechanisms that would hinder access to knowledge and innovation online "... filters are often too broad in their application because they aren’t able to account for the context of the use of a work. Automated content detection generally has no knowledge of licenses or other Continue Reading
Collaborative Security The knowledge based including all Internet Society Become member of Internet Society here: https://www.internetsociety.org/get-involved #TheNext25 #DigitalRights Originally shared by Internet Society Responsible Disclosure and Collaborative Security. https://www.internetsociety.org/blog/tech-matters/2017/02/responsible-disclosure-collaborative-security-perspective Continue Reading