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Wednesday, June 12 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Creating Shared Global Workflows for Social Media Monitoring

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The central objective of the session would be to convene groups working on social media collection and monitoring to describe new efforts to integrate datasets of social media data, develop and define workflows and standards, demonstrate tools for content collection and verification, discuss strategies for collaboration and integration, provide some feedback, ask questions, help develop tools, and incubate a new group of potential users for content collection and sharing. While initiatives like the Credibility Coalition, the Journalism Trust Initiative, Trust Project and TrustMetrics, NewsGuard and the W3C Credible Web Community Group are making efforts to develop standards, and numerous initiatives are working on datasets, limited resources are being devoted to communities in the Global South. Stakeholders such as the international human rights community and organizations working toward protecting free expression should also be more closely involved. In this session, our aim is to bring together more of the RightsCon community into the conversation and determine practical steps for moving forward.


Daniel Arnaudo

Senior Program Manager, National Democratic Institute
I am a senior program manager at NDI for governance, covering the intersection of democracy and technology with a special responsibility to develop projects tracking disinformation worldwide. Concurrently, I am a Research Fellow with the Igarapé Institute of Rio de Janeiro and a... Read More →


Nat Gyenes

Senior Program Manager, Meedan

Wednesday June 12, 2019 9:00am - 10:15am BST
Utique (Laico)