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Moderated Content from Stanford Law School is podcast content about content moderation, moderated by assistant professor Evelyn Douek. The community standards of this podcast prohibit anything except the wonkiest conversations about the regulation—both public and private—of what you see, hear and do online.
 
Moderate Party is a political podcast for Moderates, Centrists, and Independents. Each week, Hillari Lombard will be joined by conservatives, liberals, politicians, journalists, activists, educators, and any one else with a good idea on how to improve our Country. She will take an honest look at the week’s news and have inspiring conversations with top political thinkers — all while trying to add some energy to the Moderate Movement
 
The Utterly Moderate Podcast is the official podcast of the Connors Forum for a Healthy Democracy. The core mission of the Connors Forum is to disseminate high-quality nonpartisan information to the public. Utterly Moderate is hosted by Lawrence Eppard, a researcher, university professor, and director of the Connors Forum. On each episode Eppard is joined by a guest (or two or three!) to help him understand important topics by focusing on just the weight of the empirical evidence and none of ...
 
Dirty Moderate with Adam Epstein is a podcast showcasing the people who cut through the nails on a chalkboard din of the modern-day American political scene. We promote rigorous analysis and lively debate with individuals on both sides of the aisle and beyond. Our host, Adam Epstein, is a Tony Award-winning former Broadway powerhouse with a no-nonsense Ivy League Masters (Brown University Class of 2017 AM American Studies) who can go toe-to-toe with anyone on politics as he did on Trish Rega ...
 
This is not the place where you'll hear about how to build a billion-dollar business, win an ironman event, or find spiritual enlightenment. What I can share is my experience around how to build, lead and exit a business of maybe a few million dollars, how to place in the top 10 in a mountain bike stage race or how to implement systems to continually work and improve on your mental and physical health.In short…I might be able to offer a little help on how to be moderately successful. To be r ...
 
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Moderately Annoyed

Daniel Quasar and Amanda Mary

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Amanda and Daniel are two average people living a moderately annoying life. Follow them as they journey through the day-to-day stories, finding the bits that are just a little too annoying to handle. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moderatelyannoyed/support
 
Parenting is hard. We become more resilient through our experiences, and this only comes from falling, finding our way back, and rising up strong. I believe that through our stories we can reconnect, and the MODERATE PARENT podcast will include conversations with many different parents, as well as some solo thoughts of my own for you to ponder. No matter how you see yourselves as parents, this show is for you!
 
Vi moderater har som idé att vara det parti som bäst förstår Östergötland. Därför pågår vårt arbete med Östgötaresan, där vi lär oss genom besök och samtal med människor över hela länet. Vår podd, Östgötaröster, är en del i detta. Under kommande år tänker vi låta olika människor, olika perspektiv komma till tals. Ung som äldre, landsbygd som stad, jordbrukare som student. Tillsammans är vi Östergötland – och tillsammans kan vi utveckla en politik med fötterna i den östgötska myllan.
 
Welcome to the Militant Moderate! Follow me to get an open-minded political comment on our current politicians, pundits, celebrities, and overall trouble-makers. My goal is to open a dialogue while providing facts, statistics, entertainment, and for all of us to find some common ground or, at least, understand why we disagree. And remember, BE. NICE. See you next week!
 
A podcast centered around technology from a man just trying to find his way in this life. Topics discussed are: Interesting new technology - Maybe new apps, web services, etc. - My views on technology and how it has impacted life and will continue to do so - how we use tech 'in' and 'to' advance our careers - and finally life in general as a husband, father, geek, and entrepreneur. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/technicallyliving/support
 
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We're back with another episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast! But first things first—if you missed it, on November 29th our Connors Newsletter subscribers got to take part in an exclusive live podcast taping with heavyweight political commentator Bill Kristol from The Bulwark. Our subscribers were able to pose their questions to Mr. Kristol live…
 
“Anti-” attacks are part of a rhetorical loop in American society. In this week’s “Stay Dirty, Stay Moderate,” Adam examines how horrendous attacks all over the nation are escalating by the day in the name of Anti-Semitism, anti-abortion, homophobia, racism, and more. The following are the names of the 5 victims of the Club Q shooting in Colorado S…
 
Hillari Lombard is joined by Debbie Cox Bultan to discuss the success of moderate candidates in the midterm elections. They chat about why issues like faith and patriotism belong to one party over the other, the role abortion played in the election results, Biden, and lessons both parties should be learning. Episode links: Learn more […]…
 
Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: Using a powerful AI language model developed by OpenAI, the new ChatGPT tool allows anyone to generate short text that is indecipherable from written text and that draws upon vast amounts of publicly available information. - Janus Rose/ Vic…
 
Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: As protestors against China’s zero-Covid policy fill the streets, images of them fill the internet and China’s censors are struggling to contain them. – Liza Lin, Karen Hao / Wall Street Journal This is partly because the Chinese people hav…
 
Thank you for being a valued member of our wonderful Utterly Moderate community of reasonable Americans. We hope you have a joyous Thanksgiving celebration with those closest to you! Happy Thanksgiving :) The Connors Forum is an independent entity from the institutions that we partner with. The views expressed in our newsletters and podcasts are th…
 
Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: How else would Elon Musk decide to reinstate former President Donald Trump’s account than a Twitter poll? Okay, well maybe the content moderation council he proposed to deal with reinstatement decisions. - Faiz Siddiqui, Drew Harwell, Isaac…
 
The American people have exclaimed loud and clear that we will not suffer election denying, insurrectionist fools! While the Republicans will hold the slimmest of margins in the House, Democrats picked up 1 seat in the Senate. But these midterms were not a win for the Democrats or the Republicans. They were a win for Democracy. And everyone's favor…
 
While you listen, don’t forget to subscribe to our free email newsletter! It takes only seconds! This is our Thanksgiving episode! Here at the Connors Forum we are deeply grateful for YOU, our wonderful community of subscribers we have built over the last few years with our podcast and newsletter. We care deeply about doing our small part to bring …
 
Come for the discussion of whether Musk is going to find himself in hot water with the FTC, stay for the discussion of privacy and data security regulation more generally. Evelyn discusses Twitter’s data security problems and what this says about privacy regulation more generally with Whitney Merrill, the Data Protection Officer and Privacy Counsel…
 
Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: The Election Integrity Partnership, led by the Stanford Internet Observatory and the University of Washington Center for an Informed Public, analyzed narratives with the potential to interfere in or delegitimize the 2022 midterm elections. …
 
2 party system? That’s so last election… Welcome The Forward Party to the game folks. The mission statement is certainly promising: “Fighting for the American people with practical, common-sense solutions. While other political parties look to divide America into different camps, the Forward Party aims to bring them together.” Cool! Building the fo…
 
Looks like the “Red Wave” is actually just a ketchup smear at Mar a Lago. We’re still waiting on the results of the Arizona and Nevada Senate races. No surprise that the Georgia Senate race is going to a run off on Dec 6. And while the Republicans are on track to control the House, their margin will be very slim. Adam goes through all that and so m…
 
Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: Elon Musk announced that Twitter will start charging $8 for users to keep or gain blue check marks on the platform, changing the meaning of the symbol to indicate subscribers to the “Twitter Blue” service. The company then delayed launch un…
 
Co-Founder of The Lincoln Project. GOP political consultant; Latino voting trends/political data/analysis, and as close as political royalty as it gets here in America, Mike Madrid was, is, and we imagine, will continue to be, ahead of the curve. Earning his GOP pedigree over thirty years, by changing the outcomes of political campaigns throughout …
 
This is not the place where you'll hear about how to build a billion-dollar business, win an ironman event, or find spiritual enlightenment. What I can share is my experience around how to build, lead and exit a business of maybe a few million dollars, how to place in the top 10 in a mountain bike stage race or how to implement systems to continual…
 
This episode is Dirty Moderate’s official response to election deniers. We understand a certain group of Americans cannot accept truth, reality, science, etc…but here is some anyway. You know, for the hell of it. Call us dirty moderates. America’s 2022 midterm elections are likely to bring a wave of election deniers into Congress and top state-leve…
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, Shippensburg University political scientist Lonce Bailey joins the show to discuss the midterm elections: Which party will likely control the House of Representatives? Which party will likely control the Senate? Which issues do voters say are most important in this election? Lonce is a friend of the …
 
SHOW NOTES Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: Elon Musk has been busy since officially acquiring Twitter. He tweeted that the company will form “a content moderation council with widely diverse viewpoints.” That sparked comparisons to Meta’s Oversight Board while others note…
 
Most of the 2022 GOP candidates running for senator, congressperson, governor, and the like are some or all of the following: election denier, huckster, crank, imbecile, clown, weirdo, seditionist, fascist, white nationalist, conspiracy theorist, QAnon loon, inveterate liar and/or crypto Nazi. In this week's installment of "Stay Dirty, Stay Moderat…
 
When we talk about content moderation, we often focus on companies at the application layer of the internet, like the Facebooks and Twitters of the world. But there are a whole bunch of other companies in the internet stack that have the power to knock things offline. So what is similar or different about content moderation when it moves into the i…
 
Mehmet Oz and John Fetterman squared off last night in their only debate in the Pennsylvania Senate debate of the campaign. While Oz smirked and sleazed, Fetterman stumbled and sputtered raising serious questions about his health and capacity to serve as the next senator from the Keystone debate. Though the debate generated more heat than light, th…
 
SHOW NOTES Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: The Wire retracted recent coverage of Meta and will conduct an internal review of past coverage by staff involved with the reporting. - The Wire French police are investigating severed fiber-optic cables that disrupted internet a…
 
Ethan Chorin is a former US diplomat, political analyst, environmental entrepreneur, and author of the stunning Benghazi! A New History of the Fiasco that Pushed America and its World to the Brink .From 2004 to 2006, he was one of a handful of US diplomats posted to Libya in the wake of rapprochement with Colonel Gaddafi. Six years later, as co-dir…
 
Fascist, Trumplican candidates like Mehmet Oz, Kari Lake, J.D. Vance, and Herschel Walker are simultaneously being discredited and continuing to ascend because of inflation. Inflation remains high at 8.2%. We've all heard this number. And despite knowing democracy is in peril, voters can't afford basic necessities - meats, poultry, fish and eggs ar…
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, host Lawrence Eppard is joined by University of Texas historian Jeremi Suri to discuss his new book, Civil War by Other Means: America’s Long and Unfinished Fight for Democracy. In addition to helping listeners understand the failures of reconstruction, their discussion focused on topics such as: How…
 
Polls show Senator lil Marco Rubio of Florida with a lead in his race against Representative (and former real Orlando Chief of Police) Val Demings, who has raised more money than the incumbent. But all the money in the world won't help Val Demings unseat Marco Rubio unless we go to: Vote.org, Vote.org, Vote.org! Get registered to vote if you’re not…
 
SHOW NOTES Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: An article with bombshell allegations against Meta, the parent company of Instagram and Facebook, appears to be based on forgeries, but the news outlet continues to stand by the reporting and now claims a technical expert at the …
 
This is not the place where you'll hear about how to build a billion-dollar business, win an ironman event, or find spiritual enlightenment. What I can share is my experience around how to build, lead and exit a business of maybe a few million dollars, how to place in the top 10 in a mountain bike stage race or how to implement systems to continual…
 
Herschel Walker is a brain dead puppet (Check out our Stay Dirty, Stay Moderate "Fuck Herschel Walker" for the deep dive). And Warnock needed to come out loud and proud to have any chance of moving the needle held firmly in place by the full weight of the GOP’s gaslighting. Despite all the allegations of the two-faced, abortion denier, Republican H…
 
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol held one of the last public hearings (implied by Chairman Bennie Thompson) as the committee continues its investigation into former President Donald Trump and his influence as he refused to acknowledge the results of the 2020 election. This hearing took a broader look at…
 
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court granted cert in two cases concerning the scope of platform liability for content on their services: Gonzalez v. Google, about whether platforms lose section 230 immunity when they recommend content to users, and Twitter v. Taamneh, about whether platforms can be found to have aided and abetted terrorism if they…
 
A Tale of Two Parties is a mini-series from Moderate Party that examines the history behind our political parties and the psychology behind our ideology. In the first episode, Origin Story, Hillari Lombard dives into the origins of our two major political parties and what they represented in the beginning. She dives into the era of the radical repu…
 
Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: The Supreme Court agreed to hear two cases that could determine the scope of liability for websites and social media platforms that host and promote user content. - Rebecca Kern/ Politico, Rachel Lerman/ The Washington Post, David Ingram/ N…
 
Can anything be earned anymore or is entitlement the name of the game? In the wake of NYU firing Professor Maitland Jones, who literally wrote the book on organic chemistry, for being too tough on students, Adam talks about how we are creating a generation of people "who don't know how to study" (Maitland Jones, 2014) and the way this impacts our a…
 
This is not the place where you'll hear about how to build a billion-dollar business, win an ironman event, or find spiritual enlightenment. What I can share is my experience around how to build, lead and exit a business of maybe a few million dollars, how to place in the top 10 in a mountain bike stage race or how to implement systems to continual…
 
Saving democracy one episode at a time sounds cute, but it’s existential and we mean it. In the 24th installment of Stay Dirty, Stay Moderate, Adam explores how the GOP closes ranks, not matter what. In the wake of the horrid allegations about Herschel Walker, it’s important to understand how vital the Georgia Senate Race is to the fate of democrac…
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast. . . Segment One: The Life and Times of George Washington George Washington University historian Denver Brunsman joins the show to share his insights on the life and career of George Washington, as well as his general reflections on the study of history and its place in the modern university. Segment …
 
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