From Tech Policy Press:

Finally, we speak with Chris Riley, senior fellow of internet governance at R Street Institute, a D.C. think tank that advocates for free markets. With coauthor David Morar, Chris recently set out to explore what a properly designed “multi-stakeholder” process to explore “problems at the intersection of harm arising from online content moderation, free expression, and online management policies and practices” would look like, with funding from the Knight Foundation. In a new report Applying Multi-Stakeholder Internet Governance to Online Content Management, detail the process they arrived at and its prospects for driving “sustainable progress in online trust” that is the result of “constructive discussions in the open.” I spoke to Chris about the process, and his views on regulation in this space generally.