Trump ‘TRUTH Social’ developing content moderation practices to ensure ‘family-friendly’ community

When TRUTH Social launches later this quarter, the Trump Media & Technology Group social media platform will already have stringent content moderation practices in place to ensure it is a “family-friendly” online community, company CEO Devin Nunes told Fox Business.

Both Nunes and former President Donald Trump separately have told Fox Business that TRUTH Social is expected to be up and running by the end of the first quarter of 2022. Nunes told Fox Business that the company is on track.

But those involved in the final stages of the platform’s development told Fox Business that they anticipate that malign actors will target the site and attempt to “flood” the platform with “illegal content,” especially during and immediately after their formal launch.

Fox Business has learned that TMTG is partnering with Hive—a San Francisco-based Series D start-up that provides automated solutions through cloud-based artificial intelligence for understanding images, videos, and text content.

Hive’s technology provides automated content moderation across video, image, text and audio.

“We want to be very family-friendly, we want this to be a very safe place, and we are focused on making sure any illegal content is not on the site,” Nunes said in an exclusive interview with Fox Business.

“Hive has a great track record in this, and they have been good to work with,” Nunes continued. “They are very helpful for our team and because of their experience, I think they’re helping to craft the right spot for us.”

He added: “We want to be the most family-friendly site.”

Source: Fox Business. Continue reading here.

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