Gaming and Civil Rights with Albert Fox Cahn [S4E10]

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Gaming and Civil Rights with Albert Fox Cahn [S4E10]
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gaming and civil rights; albert fox cahn (pictured left) and evan enzer (pictured right)

Welcome back to the show! Reema’s out this week – so our editor, Evan Enzer, subbed in for a conversation with Albert Fox Cahn of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.) on the intersections of speech, gaming and civil rights.

Evan and Albert talk about what they’ve been working on over the last few months. They begin with Albert’s long career path from big law to public interest tech policy, why S.T.O.P. is interested in gaming and civil rights, and whether content moderation is an effective way to stop online harassment. Then, they discuss S.T.O.P.’s priority legislation in New York. They also talk about the Wheel of Time and how new professionals can get involved with S.T.O.P..

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