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The threat landscape is dynamic. Harness an intelligence-based approach to tackle the evolving risks to users on the web.
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Keep up with T&S laws, from the Online Safety Bill to the Online Safety Act.
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Welcome to the Trust & Safety Academy, an innovative online program meticulously crafted by ActiveFence. Tailored as a guiding compass, this immersive course caters to both seasoned Trust & Safety professionals and those stepping into the industry, promising unparalleled expertise.
How did the industry of Trust & Safety develop? What role does Trust & Safety play within organizations and the larger tech ecosystem? What are the threats facing online platforms and their users across different types of platforms? These are the questions Goldberger will answer in this first introductory class. Read more >>> From the creation of the internet and the first innovations in safety-driven technology to the impact of online platforms on the world, she will share the history, threats, and events that have shaped Trust & Safety and where it stands today.
This two-part session will tackle the complexities of disinformation, and provide an understanding of how false narratives are created, the threat actors behind them, and how they interplay with current events.
We will discus how foreign and domestic actors use fake accounts, amplify content, and establish complex networks to Read more >>> manipulate public discourse. Using real-world examples such as recent elections and the war in Ukraine, we will look at how platforms quickly become hijacked to spread false narratives. In the second half of the session, we will demonstrate how emerging trends, narratives, and misinformation create risks to online platforms that come with potential offline consequences. We will also explain how narratives promoting social unrest, hate speech, conspiracy theories, and political and health misinformation can arise from significant political and cultural events.
Some of Trust & Safety’s most difficult tasks are dealing with the ugliest content on the web: building support for, creating, and disseminating content related to terrorism, extremism, hate speech, and violence. The recruitment of terrorists, promotion of white supremacy, and live streams of mass shootings are some real, Read more >>> on-platform examples of the manifestations of these risks. These abuses can come from organized networks or coordinated predators using sophisticated methods to avoid detection. We will dive into how threat actors enter online spaces to foment and spread these harms, and will explain their complexities and evasive techniques.
In this session, we will focus on the online threats facing children, such as grooming, sextortion, and exploitation. Sharing how the nuanced tactics of digital predators deceive detection, we will expound on how predator communities have learned to manipulate codewords to exploit both the dark web and popular platforms.
After gaining a clear understanding of the online threat landscape, we will dive into the inner workings of Trust & Safety teams. We will start with the most essential component - detecting harmful content. Nisman will break down how the tools used by Trust & Safety teams allow for the proactive Read more >>> detection of threat actors and how employing tactics such as abuse analysis, linguistic recording, and network tracking can help teams prevent the spread of these harms.
This class will shed light on the other side of harmful content detection: artificial intelligence. Orr will explain how technologies like machine learning models, automation, digital hashing, and risk scores, help teams scale by scanning more content, quicker, increasing the recall rate for potentially harmful content, and by extension, protecting Read more >>> the mental health of human moderators. Orr will also discuss the limitations of AI - from lacking visibility into the nuance and context of content to overlooking regional differences and content sentiment.
In the past few years, the industry has witnessed a surge in countries worldwide regulating online platforms. Legislation like the UK Online Safety Bill, the EU’s Digital Services Act, and California’s Age-Appropriate Design Code Act have impacted how online platforms are regulated. This session will review these Read more >>> laws in addition to Section 230, current court cases on platform liability, and the future of internet law.
Being in a new industry, Trust & Safety teams are tasked not only with protecting platforms and their users, but learning on the fly about how to best prepare, create, and maintain these digital spaces. This session will review the lifecycle of Trust & Safety teams, including safety by design, Read more >>> triaging risks, measuring success, and releasing transparency reports. It will provide students with an understanding the different components necessary to make and keep platforms healthy from the beginning, as well as how to maintain trust in the public sphere.