From 5.30-7.00 p.m. CEST, Christina Dinar and Katharina Mosene will discuss good practices for good content moderation and a fair online election campaign with guests. The discussion will be streamed live on the TIDE Hamburg YouTube channel. A recording of the event will be shown on TIDE's TV programme (date to follow).
Link to the YouTube livestream
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz, Director of the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans Bredow Institut (HBI)
Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, Head of the project Super Election Year
Christina Dinar, Head of the project Niche Platforms
Sven Winter, Head of Community Management & Marketing, gutefrage.net
Felix Kartte, Senior Advisor, Reset - Internet for Democracy
Daniela Heinemann, Complaint Management, nebenan.de
Moderation: Katharina Mosene and Christina Dinar
When people think of social media, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube immediately come to mind. However, the platform ecosystem is much richer. Smaller and medium-sized platforms have not received much visibility in media research and internet regulation so far. In the conversation, various small and medium platforms will discuss their approach to the challenge of user-generated content and provide their perspective and approach. Are approaches of nuanced content moderation with community participation a much more transparent and democratic approach that can get by without a Network Enforcement Act? The discussion will make it possible to find new ideas for better platform regulation.
You can find more information on the Niche Platforms project in this blog post (in German). It is part of the project Platform Governance in the Super Election Year 2021.