Read On! Social Media Bans Can Be Shaped by International Human Rights Law

Social Media Bans Can Be Shaped by International Human Rights Law is an op-ed piece discussing how, in the wake of Twitter’s ban of Former President Trump, Twitter and other global media companies should learn from international human rights law to shape policies on banning participants. Cornell University Law Professor Sital Kalantry points to U.N. human rights documents and treaties that can guide social media policies. Read the full op-ed here.

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