How Do We Address Cyber Hate and Violent Extremism Without Curtailing Freedom of Expression?
Karen Kornbluh, Senior Fellow, Director of Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
- Daphne Keller, Director of Intermediary Liability, Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School
- Laurent Muschel, Director, Security, DirectorateGeneral for Home Affairs, European Commission
- Brittan Heller, Human Rights Lawyer, Former Director, ADL Center for Technology and Society and Cyberhate Prosecutor
- Susan Ness, Distinguished Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
Please join us for a timely conversation featuring three experts from the U.S and Europe who are working on cyber terrorism and hate speech online. With the European Commission mandate winding down and European Parliament Elections this spring, the European Commission is racing to finalize its proposed Regulation of Terrorist Content Online. The speakers for this conversation include Laurent Muschel who is directly responsible for the rulemaking. Daphne Keller who has analyzed the proposal and its impact on platforms and free expression and Brittan Heller is an expert on hate speech and the movement from online conduct to offline violence, who currently works as a human rights lawyer and is former prosecutor.
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