‘Eyes wide open to the context of content’: Reimagining the hate speech policies of social media platforms through a substantive equality lens

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 2 (2021)

‘Eyes wide open to the context of content’: Reimagining the hate speech policies of social media platforms through a substantive equality lens
Louisa Bartolo, pages 39-51

Abstract

Labour must work with social movements and social media platforms to ensure that substantive equality principles underpin the regulation of the new public sphere of the twenty-first century.

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To cite this article
Louisa Bartolo (2021) ‘Eyes wide open to the context of content’: Reimagining the hate speech policies of social media platforms through a substantive equality lens, Renewal, 29(2), 39-51

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