The COMO Summit is a followup to the “Content Moderation And Removal At Scale Conference” held at Santa Clara Law in February 2018. The DC COMO Summit will further explore the vexing challenges that Internet platforms face in moderating content online. Recent phenomena like #deepfakes, Russian election interference, and extremist content are just some of the challenges that our experts will explore at COMO.  
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Monday, May 7 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Under the Hood: UGC Moderation (Part 2)

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This panel addresses the same topics covered in the earlier "Under the Hood" panel, but with insights from executives at another set of UGC companies.

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Tal Niv

VP Law & Policy, GitHub, Inc.
Tal Niv is the Vice President of Law & Policy at GitHub. Her mission (in life) is to figure out ways to improve the public policy environment in a way that is conducive to software development, to open source, and to creative activity in general, to help create essential policy tools... Read More →
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Nora Puckett

Senior Litigation Counsel, Google LLC
Nora Puckett is Senior Litigation Counsel at Google LLC in San Francisco, CA. She handles regulatory and litigation matters, including class actions, trademark and copyright litigation, claims relating to privacy, defamation and other intermediary liability issues, and commercial... Read More →
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Jacob Rogers

Legal Counsel, Wikimedia Foundation
Jacob joined Wikimedia as a lawyer in November 2014. Before arriving, he spent a year working for the United States Senate doing government investigations, where he worked on matters ranging from structured finance to Swiss data privacy to the ins and outs of high frequency algorithmic... Read More →
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Peter Stern

Policy Manager for Stakeholder Engagement, Facebook
Peter Stern is a Manager in the Product Policy group at Facebook in Menlo Park, California. Product Policy is responsible for writing and interpreting global policies governing what users can share on Facebook, and how advertisers and developers interact with the site. Peter leads... Read More →

Monday May 7, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Showroom 1099 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20005