Redesigning YouTube to make it safer
There is something rotten in the state of YouTube. From the so-called Momo Challenge to secret, illegal content exchanged in comments, Google's video channel is facing huge challenges in moderating its content. So if we could redesign it, how could it be safer? New Media professor Jamie Cohen offers his ideas.
Self-harm and social media
Earlier this year, Facebook and Instagram announced they would remove or censor images of self-injury or self-harm. But some, including Stephen Lewis, an associate professor of psychology the University of Guelph and the current president of the International Society of the Study of Self-injury, say that could harm those recovering and wanting to share their experiences.
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