Tag Archives: Interventions

Choosing Between Content Moderation Interventions

How can we design remedies for content “violations” online? Speaking today at CITP is Eric Goldman (@ericgoldman), a professor of law and co-director of the High Tech Law Institute, at Santa Clara University School of Law. Before he became a … Continue reading

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Managing difficult behavior in nursing homes: assessment and interventions

A hot-button issue for nursing home administrators and admissions personnel seems to be “behavior disturbances.” Family members may be encouraged to make alternate arrangements because the facility maintains that it cannot manage the person and the person is “creating a … Continue reading

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Large Majority of Clinicians Report Providing Futile or Potentially Inappropriate Interventions

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have published "Association of Perceived Futile or Potentially Inappropriate Care With Burnout and Thoughts of Quitting Among Health-Care Providers" in the American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Medicine.   They conclude "A large majority of clinicians … Continue reading

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Senator Warner’s retrogressive proposals could lead to arbitrary and capricious interventions that would harm entrepreneurs and consumers

Last week, I objected to Senator Warner relying on the flawed AOL/Time Warner merger conditions as a template for tech regulatory policy, but there is a much deeper problem contained in his proposals.  Although he does not explicitly say “big … Continue reading

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Fair Dealing, Standard of Review and Possible Interventions at the Supreme Court of Canada

The Supreme Court of Canada's hearing process involving the SOCAN "Previews" case is well underway. SOCAN has just filed its factum (redacted version attached). Although the fact situation arises from the fairly specific circumstance of the use of 30 second … Continue reading

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