The image to the left may be used in social media to promote the event. A message accompanying the graphic might include the following:
Technology leaders, policy makers, researchers, and concerned computing professionals are joining together this month to explore current and emerging challenges and responses to Hate Speech, Extremism, Exploitation, Misinformation and Disinformation.
These discussions are part of the IEEE Computer Society’s Tech Forum on Digital Platforms and Societal Harms, a free online global event sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society – the world’s leading membership organization dedicated to computer science and technology.
For more details, or (for a limited) to register for a free pass granting access to all sessions, visit: https://ieeecstforum.wpengine.com/
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- IEEE Computer Society on Twitter – like / retweet it at https://twitter.com/ComputerSociety/status/1581334092330647552
- IEEE Computer Society on Facebook – like it and share it at https://www.facebook.com/ieeecomputersociety/posts/pfbid0cPK4u1SnmrpoZa6UqFf6W7F6WWtWFhDnvDr9ZnhhijA9uu8qkNmeeEkqDgHjS3xLl
- IEEE Computer Society on LinkedIn – like it and share it at https://www.linkedin.com/posts/ieee-computer-society_register-activity-6986369468339818496-bDu-
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The press release is available at: https://www.computer.org/press-room/2022-news/digital-platforms-societal-harms-tech-forum
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