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Webinars for Trust & Safety and online security professionals
With more than 65 elections globally, affecting almost half of the world’s population, Trust & Safety teams are facing the challenge of preparing to secure election integrity and to safeguard against misinformation, hate, harassment, and voter suppression.
Find out what happened when we tested the responses of six leading LLMs, in 7 languages, to over 20,000 prompts related to child exploitation, hate speech, suicide and self-harm, and misinformation.
In this webinar we will talk with Misinformation, child safety and content moderation experts to discuss the threats and the opportunities of Gen AI in the Trust & Safety work.
In this webinar, ActiveFence brings together Trust & Safety leads and Global Security experts to discuss the methods used by terrorist groups to circumvent platform safeguards, how online platforms should approach this challenge, and the importance of transparency and collaboration in countering online terrorism.
2022 was an eventful year for Trust & Safety: the EU’s Digital Services Act (DSA) entered into force, Twitter was acquired by Elon Musk, a number of Trust & Safety companies were acquired by online platforms, and new forms of graphic and non-graphic content violations proliferated online.
The webinar delves into the various types of marketplace abuse beyond fraud and counterfeits, such as hate speech, terrorism, and illegal goods. The discussion features experts from ActiveFence and Fiverr, who share their insights on identifying and combating these lesser-known threats to marketplace safety.
It’s increasingly clear that 2023 is shaping up to be the year of resilience and smart budget allocation. In times of market turmoil, executives are expected to be bold and creative in order to protect their business’ bottom line. Trust and Safety is no different. Operations must continue doing more, with less, but when the volumes of UGC keep growing and bad actors become increasingly sophisticated – teams are stretched thin.
To honor World Children’s Day, celebrated on November 20th, this webinar focused on what Trust & Safety teams should know as they work to keep kids safe online.
Elections around the world are increasingly challenged, and protecting their integrity is now a priority for online platforms large and small. In preparing for the upcoming US midterm elections, Trust & Safety teams are facing a slew of new (and renewed) threats.
The European Union has just adopted two new digital-focused acts – the DSA and DMA – signaling big tech that their responsibility for maintaining a safe and fair digital ecosystem is not just a matter of goodwill.