Content moderation in the age of DSA

Established within the School of Public Affairs, the mission of the Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair is to address acute issues raised by the digital transition like, for example,  the weak capacity of governments to apply national regulation to a digital sector that is essentially transnational, the deployment of platforms with unprecedented power and the emergence of an environment where algorithms are omnipresent and data is the new black gold. In this context, the Chair‘s purpose is to contribute to research on various topics such as digital sovereignty, platform regulation and democratic challenges resulting from the fact that the public debate is now taking place online.

The McCourt Institute was established in 2021. The Institute aims to enhance digital governance by supporting timely, actionable research on ethical technology and serving as a meeting ground for technologists, social scientists, policymakers and governance experts, and leaders from the public and private sector. Together, these interdisciplinary partners will create a framework for online activity and growth that supports innovation and focuses on technology for the common good.
Through the McCourt Institute, founding partners Sciences Po and Georgetown University received grants of $25 million over 10 years to support the development of new scientific work conducted by their community of researchers.
The Institute supports the goals of Project Liberty, an initiative to transform how the internet works, create a more equitable digital economy, and develop a new civic architecture for the digital world.

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Arcom, an independent public authority (API), is composed of a nine-member board, several directorates under the responsibility of the Director General and his deputies, and 16 regional offices, located in metropolitan and overseas France. This organisation, in line with all of the regulator's missions, integrates specialists with a wide range of profiles who boast expertise relating to the major challenges facing the audiovisual and digital sector.

Researchers, journalists and educators in France have joined together for the first time under the DE FACTO banner to address the challenges posed by the rapid spread of disinformation. The DE FACTO project, co-funded by the European Commission, aims to provide a pluralistic, open and independent platform that focuses on the challenges of information in the digital age and facilitates verification, analysis and media education.

Institut Mines-Telecom Business School is the Business School of the IMT group, the leading group of engineering and management schools in France.IMT-BS trains innovative managers and entrepreneurs who are open to the world and who will guide organizations through the digital, energy and ecological, economic and industrial transitions that will be at the heart of tomorrow’s society. 
Drawing on the relevance of its research and educational programs, its support to innovation and entrepreneurship, its proximity to companies and its strong links with the local community, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School strives for excellence in order to contribute to national and local economic development and to create value for all its stakeholders.