Evelyn Douek and Primavera de Filippi on Establishing Trust on the Internet

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Podcast via https://publicinfrastructure.org/podcast/do-we-trust-the-internet-with-evelyn-douek-and-primavera-de-filippi-trust-episode-1/


"Should governments regulate how Facebook moderates speech? Can you sanction an automated smart contract that’s used for international money laundering? Was it a coincidence that every social media platform banned Donald Trump at the same time? In the first part of our 4-part miniseries looking at trust online, we welcome evelyn douek, host of the excellent podcast Moderated Content, and Primavera de Filippi, one of the foremost legal experts on blockchain, to answer a deceptively simple question: what does trust really mean on the Internet?

evelyn douek is an assistant professor of law at the Stanford Law School and the host of Moderated Content alongside Alex Stamos.

Primavera de Filippi is Director of Research at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris, faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and author of the 2019 book Blockchain and the Law."