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Interview: Content moderation for smaller players

An interview with Louis-Victor de Franssu, CEO and co-founder of Tremau, moderated by EU DisinfoLab Policy Coordinator Claire Pershan

Although Big Tech seems to dominate the internet, our online environment is primarily made up of small and medium sized platforms. If these services have user-generated content on them, they are exposed to the same systemic risks that plague very large online platforms. The Digital Services Act (DSA) is a step forward in mitigating such risks and puts new rules in place. But are the smaller players ready for the DSA? 

Watch the Interview between Louis-Victor de Franssu, CEO & Co-Founder of Tremau, and Claire Pershan, Policy Coordinator at EU DisinfoLab, on content moderation for growing online platforms that took place on July 13, 2022


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