Please join us for Using data for accountability: Lessons learned from the Oversight’s Board’s impact, Tuesday, March 19, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET. As social media regulation comes into force around the world, regulators are increasingly narrowing down on the type of data they need to hold platforms accountable and ensure users are treated fairly. The Oversight Board, an independent body created by Meta in 2020 to make binding decisions and policy recommendations, has been working for the past two years to create a data-driven approach to hold the company accountable and ensure that users feel the impact of its recommendations.

In this discussion, Oversight Board Head of Data & Implementation and DFRLab Non-Resident Fellow Naomi Shiffman presents lessons learned from the Board’s work, followed by a discussion with Chloe Colliver, Head of Industry Developments for Online Safety at Ofcom, and Berdien van der Donk of the European Commission, on how these lessons compare with her experiences. This event will be moderated by Rose Jackson, Director of the Democracy + Tech Initiative at the DFRLab.

Featured speakers

Chloe Colliver
Head of Industry Developments for Online Safety,

Berdien van der Donk
DSA Enforcement and Transparency
European Commission

Naomi Shiffman
Head of Data & Implementation,
Oversight Board

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