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Friday, May 18 • 16:00 - 17:00
Global Perspectives on Fighting Social Media Censorship

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James Tager

Deputy Director, Free Expression Research and Policy, PEN America
Research and policy issues on freedom of speech, free expression, literary freedom, press freedom, and the like (both in the United States and globally).

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Marc Owen Jones

Director/Research, Bahrain Watch/Exeter University
Bots, Middle East, Censorship, Doughnuts are some of my key interests. In addition to doing work documenting social media intimidation, hate speech and surveillance in the Gulf with Bahrain Watch, I am also a multidisplinary academic (and historian) at the University of Exeter in... Read More →

Olga Kyryliuk

CEO & Founder, The Influencer Platform
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Miguel Morachimo

Executive Director, Hiperderecho
Miguel Morachimo is a lawyer from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and holds a Masters in Law, Science, and Technology from Stanford University. Currently, he is the Executive Director of Hiperderecho, a Peruvian nonprofit organization devoted to facilitating public understanding... Read More →

Friday May 18, 2018 16:00 - 17:00 EDT