Before extremists stormed the US Capitol, groups had been organizing and inciting violence on our most common social media apps.
This hour, how much of a role did social media play in that riot? Extremists had a home on the web long before the existence of Parler, an alternative social media network.
Content moderation has only been used sporadically across the most popular social media, Facebook and Twitter. How should tech companies make sure their platforms are safe and content is moderated fairly?
Later, we talk about town hall meetings going virtual. Is the online town hall forum here stay?
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- Dr. Jonathan Wharton - Associate Professor of Political Science at Southern Connecticut State University and co-author of "Open Budgetary Meetings Amid a Pandemic: Assessing Connecticut Various Pathways to Public Engagement During COVID-19"
- Assessing Connecticut’s Various Pathwaysto Public Engagement During COVID-19