Navigating DSA Requirements
with ActiveFence

ActiveFence enhances compliance for online platforms

  • One-click Transparency Reports
  • Automated user flagging mechanisms
  • Appeals and notice processes
  • Risk assessment
  • Crisis response cooperation

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Our role in achieving DSA compliance
for your platform

One-click Transparency Reports

Generate comprehensive transparency reports with a single click directly from the ActiveOS user interface. We collect and analyze pertinent data, including moderation decisions made on the platform. Our system swiftly assembles a transparency report in the background, providing you with a readily accessible version that can be customized with additional data points and prepared for public use.


Automated user flagging mechanisms

Leverage the ActiveOS Flagging API and ready-to-use workflows to create a dedicated moderation queue for flagged content. With the intuitive ActiveOS UI and seamless integration options for third-party tools, Trust & Safety teams can automatically handle flagged items based on predetermined thresholds and trigger notifications for flagging users. This ensures prompt responses and effective communication for flagged items, in alignment with the requirements of the DSA.


Appeals and notice processes

Utilize ActiveOS code-less workflows to support a formal procedure for providing reasons when taking actions such as content takedowns, account suspensions, or other moderation actions on the platform, and for individuals to appeal against them. With ActiveScore, an AI-driven detection tool, we provide context whether to accept or deny the appeal and, in any case, provide a suggested message to reflect the moderation decision.


Understanding & Meeting the DSA Compliance Needs

Starting in January 2024, online platforms will be obligated to establish both ad-hoc and ongoing Trust & Safety mechanisms, in accordance with the active EU user-base. Failure to comply risks heavy fines, which can add up to 6% of annual turnover. In the case of repeat breaches, companies risk a ban in the entire EU.


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