CCIA Sponsored Event: Content Moderation & Removal at Scale

January 8, 2018

CCIA invites you to join us for “Content Moderation & Removal at Scale”, a full-day conference we are co-sponsoring at Santa Clara University on Friday, February 2.

The event will explore how Internet companies operationalize the moderation and removal of third party/user-generated content (UGC). UGC services routinely say that moderating and removing content is hard and expensive. This conference will explain the operational challenges and how companies are trying to solve them.

Content Moderation & Removal at Scale
Friday, February 2
8:30am – 6:00pm
Santa Clara University

Additional logistical information and the full conference agenda are available here.

General registration is $195 and you can reserve your seat here.

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