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Daphne Keller
Intermediary Liability Director at . Usually knows what she's talking about. Former Google AGC.
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Daphne Keller 10h
Replying to @Riana_Crypto @granick
UGH
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Annemarie Bridy May 20
Two points here: (1) The law is not clear that sampling is (a) © infringement at all & (b) not fair use. (2) The © holder is required to consider fair use before issuing a takedown. That requirement shouldn’t go away (I’m looking at you, ) just b/c the claim is automated.
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Daphne Keller 17h
Remember when the only way to talk back to power was to write a letter to the editor, organize a protest, or make snarky remarks to a friend? Social media remains, in many ways, awesome.
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Daphne Keller 17h
Replying to @christineychen
This is better than that whole last season.
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jillian May 20
Content moderation can be totally arbitrary. Check out 's new project, TOSsed Out. and I had a lot of fun putting this together:
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Daphne Keller May 20
With apologies to all my former work spouses, including and .
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Daphne Keller May 20
230 babies is WAY too many babies. A Gay Uncle might be dragooned into extra duty in that situation.
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Daphne Keller May 20
We may be suspicious of the Trump administration's motives in rejecting the Christchurch call. But as a policy matter, it aligns with the human rights positions Hillary Clinton advanced in the State Department. Here's why.
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Daphne Keller May 20
This is why 's book is awesome. He did the deep research to give us the human backstory to 230, its important prelude cases, early interpretations, and more.
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Daphne Keller May 20
That all sounds right. I also think people caught up in the court system often wind up very disappointed - but that happens over a period of months as they see the inner workings of the process, so there isn't the same abrupt moment of dismay & anger as with a platform takedown.
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Daphne Keller May 17
I guess that’s the downside of settlements. But the downside of litigating to court-accepted clarity is often bankruptcy.
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Daphne Keller May 17
The single best news source for the legal developments many of us work on is -- whether or not we agree with all its policy stances. Please help celebrate its victory over an absurd defamation claim by kicking in some funds for the legal bills.
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Daphne Keller May 17
Replying to @daphnehk
To be clear, the "vision" that was peddled at places like Aspen and Davos was full of perfectly obvious grade-A bullshit all along. That's not the one that I, or this author, had in mind.
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Daphne Keller May 17
Replying to @daphnehk
I know a lot of people who are trying to identify a positive vision for the future of tech. Maybe we need time to process our grief for the old one before we can see the way forward. Of course, "processing time" in that sense is precisely what we aren't going to get.
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Daphne Keller May 17
More beautiful, elegiac writing about tech, time, luck, loneliness, processing power, communities, hubris, and a dying vision of what the Internet was supposed to be.
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Daphne Keller May 17
Replying to @therealfitz
The book was so bad, and we were so short on fuel for the fire.
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Laura Kayali May 17
directive published on the Official Journal of the EU - Entry into force in 20 days - Transposition by June 2021 - Commission review by June 2026
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Daphne Keller May 17
Replying to @therealfitz
I’ve even done that one.
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Daphne Keller May 17
Replying to @lopalasi
I have questions! Mostly about how that’s different from social norms and other behavioral rules. But I’ll save them for Tunis.
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Daphne Keller May 16
Not a good song. The Eliot line about “This is the way the world ends/not with a bang but a whimper,” to the tune of Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush. Which he intended, and which adds meaning. Even though - this goes to the satire/parody thing - he wasn’t making fun of it.
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