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March 4, 2024
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Researchers are creating science-backed tools to improve social media content moderation policies

Flagging, demotion, and deletion of content; temporary or permanent suspension of users—these are some of the interventions used to keep social media platforms safe, trustworthy, and free from harmful content. But what is the best way for these interventions to be implemented? Luca Luceri, a research scientist at USC’s Information Sciences Institute (ISI), is part of a team that is using science to guide social media regulations.Flagging, demotion, and deletion of content; temporary or permanent suspension of users—these are some of the interventions used to keep social media platforms safe, trustworthy, and free from harmful content. But what is the best way for these interventions to be implemented? Luca Luceri, a research scientist at USC’s Information Sciences Institute (ISI), is part of a team that is using science to guide social media regulations.

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