Catching Up with the Oversight Board: Reporting on Content Moderation, Elections & Human Rights with Pamela San Martín [S4E13]
Welcome back to the Tech Policy Grind! In this episode, Class 4 Fellow Lama Mohammed interviews Pamela San Martín, Board Member of the Oversight Board to discuss the success, lessons learned, and the cases filed from their latest Annual Report.
They dig into issues concerning content moderation, human rights, global elections, misinformation, and more hot-button topics mentioned in the report.
As a former lawyer and Electoral Councilor at the National Electoral Institute in Mexico, Pamela has dedicated her career to advancing human rights, freedom of expression, and democratic institutions, aiding her role as a consultant on elections, democracy, and human rights. You can learn more about Pamela by following her on Twitter.
Lama is a member of the 4th Class of Foundry Fellows. She currently works as a Senior Associate at the Glen Echo Group in Washington, DC — a communications and public relations firm specializing in tech policy. At the Glen Echo Group, Lama works on policy and communications within artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and privacy.
Connect with Pamela (@SnMartinPamela) on Twitter or LinkedIn and view all the work the Oversight Board has done in the last year and plans to do in the next year by reading the Oversight Board report online.
Thanks for listening, and stay tuned for our next episode!
- Oversight Board 2022 Annual Report
- Register to Vote (United States)
- Election Dates & Deadlines (United States)
- World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development: Global Report 2017/2018
DISCLAIMER: Lama engages with The Foundry voluntarily and in her personal capacity. The views and opinions expressed on air do not reflect the organizations and institutions Lama is affiliated with.