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Published on
June 21, 2022

Transparency is one of the key topics for the governance of online content. It can have many uses it is frequently presented as a panacea to address illegal or harmful content online and often as an end in itself.

Developing and implementing meaningful transparency regimes properly reconciling freedom of information, privacy, security, and or confidentiality requires the engagement of a multitude of stakeholders. 

The Content & Jurisdiction Contact Group has been working on how to make transparency meaningful and useful for all stakeholders. 

The result is the Framing Brief on Meaningful Transparency, which offers a shared taxonomy and a set of structuring elements to aid the design, exploration, development, and implementation of meaningful transparency measures by states, companies and regulators.

The resource was presented at a webinar on Meaningful Transparency on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 6pm - 7pm CET. 

The event was an opportunity to present the document and provided a space for a discussion with the participants. 

Download the Framing Brief on Meaningful Transparency here

Meet the Content & Jurisdiction Contact Group Members here