The Internet Law and Policy Foundry (ILPF) is a collaborative organization for Internet law and policy professionals. Check out the ILPF job board for a list of open trust and safety opportunities here
The Technology Coalition was formed in 2006 and is comprised of tech industry leaders who are represented by individuals who specialize in online child safety issues. They are currently looking for candidates for their open Executive Director position, for more details, click here
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Later this Fall, we will be hosting a virtual event focused on "How T&S Policies and Processes are Developed". This event will be available to TSPA members and non-members. Please fill out the form here
if you have an interest in attending the upcoming event!
On November 19 (5pm PT), TSPA, the Internet Law and Policy Foundry (ILPF)
, and the SCU Internet Law Student Organization (ILSO)
will co-present a virtual panel. This discussion will focus on careers in Trust and Safety and content moderation with an emphasis on JD Advantage roles and opportunities for students graduating with a law degree. Registration details to follow.
Election Workshop Recap
Earlier this month, TSPA hosted a 1.5 hour workshop with 45 professionals from TSPA founding corporate supporters focused on 2016 VS 2020: Protecting Democracy During an Era of Disinformation
. The roundtable featured expert speakers including:
, Stanford Internet Observatory Researcher
, Global Threat Disruption Lead at Facebook
, FireEye Influence Operations Lead
, Disinformation Expert
, Founding member of YouTube’s Content Policy Team
, US Countering Foreign Influence Task Force
, Director of the Digital Forensic Research Lab
There were 6 breakout groups formed that discussed the following topics:
- How Concerned Should We Be About Russia/Iran/China
- Lessons Learned from Political Advertising, Content Labeling, and Current Events
- Moderating Disinformation from Political/Influential Figures
- Should We Be Worried About Deep Fakes and Other Emerging Threats During Elections
- Federal and Local Responses to Election Security
- Incorporating Open Source Researchers and Outside Experts Towards Election Disinformation
TSPA will be sharing a more detailed event recap and resource summary in the weeks to come.