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ARTICLE 19 Mar 26
Think you could get banned from just for naming a Twitter list “colossal assholes”? It happened to writer and activist Cory . Read his story and let us know if something similar has happened to you on social media.
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Leonard Cheshire Dec 2
Replying to @LeonardCheshire
Czarinah dreams of a stable job and to one day own her own business, but potential employers see her disability as a disadvantage. She wants them to look past her disability and see her capabilities instead
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Daki Galgalo Dec 15
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ARTICLE 19 ECA Dec 16
Replying to @metcihan @Twitter and 3 others
Join our global campaign calling for & other platforms to introduce an effective & transparent appeal process.
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Catherine Muya Dec 10
I join In the launch of their campaign. We endeavour to fight for online Freedom of expression. Let's seek to establish a human rights approach on social media. No to censorship!
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Maya Forstater Mar 4
Hi One of the in campaign are the women (mainly) who have been kicked off social media, had police visits & been convicted for the "crime" of misgendering, or of being annoying in the sex/gender debates - will you cover this?
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KijijiYeetu Dec 10
Online freedom stream from village to village, counties to the county. And all over the world
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آرتیکل ۱۹ Mar 3
The legal brains behind much of digital rights work on Iran we do at is . Join this twitter Q&A on transparency and appeals on social media platforms!
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ARTICLE 19 Eastern Africa Feb 4
There is much to say on wrongful takedowns & biased content moderation from social media don't be left out, we've built a Twitter moment to share with u our campaign progress & highlights ⚡️
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IsaStasi Mar 3
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Victoria Hall Jan 23
We are proud of the new animation we have created for
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ARTICLE 19 UN Dec 10
On , is highlighting the affected by the immense power of social media moderation. 📢 We are demanding greater transparency from big tech, and greater accountability 📢 Join the campaign here 👇
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Joanna Szymańska Dec 10
Happy Human Rights Day! It's time for social media platforms to be more transparent in moderating content and to give users the right to appeal for content takedowns Find out more here:
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Awaaz Magazine Nov 27
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ARTICLE 19 ECA Dec 26
This is not acceptable should have a clear & transparent appeals process so that these mistakes (if this is in fact just a mistake & not something more sinister) do not happen or get rectified quickly.
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ARTICLE 19 Eastern Africa Feb 26
In are advocates. Like other around the world, have been victims of unfair content takedown on social media & struggled to appeal decisions often made by AI or algorithms prone to bias & errors
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ARTICLE 19 Apr 7
Remember our Q&A takeover with brilliant ? Here's a new one on social media content moderation, this time with the great from . We invite you to send us your questions tagging and Jillian will respond on Thursday, 2.30-4.30 PM BST
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Awaaz Magazine Nov 20
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Audrey Carvin Jan 24
Probably one of the most important animations produced by
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Bruce Edmonds 6h
It used to be thought that more information/views there were out there the better; reliable information would "win" in the end. This seems not to be the case. Is information pollution/noise now a bigger danger to the ability to get a message out than censorship?
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