1. Will you alow a Civil Rights Audit of Twitter by a third party?
Jack says there's Twitter Trust & Safety (which is 3rd party)
2. Will you make the findings public?
3. Will you change policies after finding?
- Amount of shared attention?
- Amount of shared facts (true or false)?
- How receptive are people to conversation?
- is there a variety of perspective, or is it an echo chamber?
Onto @GreggHarper who asks about bias in algorithms.
Jack believes so, but would need to get back to him.
SAYS THAT THERE'S A CONSPIRACY AGAINST OBAMA!
[Yep, sounds good to me.]
"Contact us for any medicine you want", adverts for coke, ecstasy, just in the last hour. Wants to see them removed.
Jack says that data on your inferred interests is viewable from your settings, and can be turned off, and is not shared with outside parties.
1. Progress on increasing health of public conversation.
2. Reduced burden on victim to report
3. Deeper understanding of real world affects of platform to public & individual.