"you turn commonplace negative events into nightmarish monsters."
2: target must be a member of a marginalized group (ie: women or POC) - exception for allies (ie: Israel Galvez on p. 26)
3: if target lacks emotional resilience, that impact on target must also be taken into consideration
“It also means building user interfaces that impart a feeling of safety to targets. Code is never neutral and interfaces can signal all kinds of things to users.”
(If you think my reading comprehension is off, tell me what your takeaway is.)
- Amplification & diminution
- IP bans
- Accountability processes
“An accountability process pulls a user aside, not only to put a check on their behavior, but also to rehabilitate them.”
* “But accountability processes work...”
The case is interesting but I couldn’t figure out what it was doing in TIoG until I got to p. 42.
Jeong does agree that the lower court decision in Garcia v. Google was “wrongly decided".
“Content removal is a game of whack-a-mole…” and Garcia was chasing a dream of being able to completely control her image on the Internet.”
L: p. 56
R: ACLU blog post
Thread is still ongoing - 20 more pages to go!
Reddit also changed their policy to curb harassment.