Hear unique perspectives from experts and leaders within the world of brand and user safety. Brand Safety Exchange is hosted by Oasis Consortium, a think tank to unite stakeholders and create actionable, measurable standards for the protection of online brand safety. Each episode contains a deep discussion into a specific topic, providing listeners with valuable insight into the evolving problems, solutions, and market forces that influence brand and user safety every day.
2.1 Gender Inclusivity: A Recipe For A Thriving And Safe Dating Community, with Alice Hunsberger of Grindr
Grindr’s Senior Director and Global Head of Customer Experience, Alice Hunsberger, joins Tiffany Xingyu Wang for the first episode of our second season. Part of Alice’s work involves developing policies and guidelines for safer and more inclusive communities in the online dating sphere. In this episode, Tiffany and Alice discuss developments in the field of Trust and Safety, changing approaches to the moderation of online communities, and the need to make greater efforts to consider and protect members of the LGBTQI+ community.Read Alice’s whitepaper here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f7cf4654534a21e8041006b/t/61773f8407378d02feeb6f0e/1635205002056/CX-White+Paper-2021.pdfIf you want to join our movement, be sure to follow Oasis Consortium on LinkedIn and Twitter. You can grab a copy of this week’s show notes at www.oasisconsortium.com/podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to catch the rest of Season 2.
2.2 A Safer Internet: Leveraging the Power of Legislation to Harness the Benefits of Technology with Australian eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant
Join the conversation in which Australia’s first eSafety Commissioner, Julie Inman Grant, and our host, Tiffany Xingyu Wang, discuss the complexities of the ongoing development, and evolution, of regulation and policies that mitigate the risks associated with online experiences. Julie’s groundbreaking work encompasses combatting image-based abuse and cyberbullying. With 22 years in the technical field, Julie has leveraged this depth of insight to foster collaboration between key leaders in the tech sector and government policymakers to tackle the biggest harms of the internet. Read more on Julie Inman Grant’s work here:https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/australias-esafety-commissioner-targets-abuse-online-as-covid-19-supercharges-cyberbullying/ https://www.esafety.gov.au/about-us/who-we-are/about-the-commissioner https://www.esafety.gov.au/whats-on/online-safety-actYou can review the key takeaways from this episode at www.oasisconsortium.com/podcast and subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify to catch the rest of Season 2.
1.1 Providing a Safe Digital Playground for Kids with Joel Silk of Roblox
Joel Silk, the Senior Director of Content Moderation at Roblox, joins Brand Safety Exchange to discuss the critical role of security. After a military career spanning multiple intelligence and risk management leadership roles, Joel now helps to keep 160 million players safe on the world’s largest social platform for play. Learn about the brand safety challenges Roblox faces, how they are educating users to shape behavior, and how Joel’s personal definition of security has evolved over his career.
1.2 A Masterclass in Building Community with Lan Phan of community of SEVEN
Brand Safety Exchange welcomed Lan Phan, Founder and CEO of community of SEVEN, to give listeners a master class in community building. Lan and host Tiffany Xingyu Wang discuss the importance of openness and how it can improve the online world, three key business benefits gained by increased diversity, and Lan reveals the skills needed to convene the right people to drive positive changes. Having worked with the Association of National Advertisers, Fortune Magazine, #SeeHer, and more over the last 20+ years, Lan brings a lot of great insights to the discussion surrounding brand and user safety.
1.3 Promoting a More Diverse and Inclusive Gaming Industry with Emma Buttin of the French Embassy in the US
Emma Buttin, the New Media Officer at the Embassy of France in the United States, joins Brand Safety Exchange to discuss sustainability and how she is working to tackle social challenges with a new program called Games for Good. The program will build a more inclusive gaming industry by raising awareness, sharing expertise, and creating a diverse talent pipeline to bring underrepresented people into the gaming industry. Listeners will also learn how a global vision of sustainability can ensure brand safety, why diverse teams must design safe virtual spaces, and much more.
1.4 What’s it Like Being Accountable For 250k Communities? A Chat with Brandon Rhea at Fandom
In this episode, Oasis Consortium General Manager and Host Tiffany Xingyu Wang chat about accountability with Brandon Rhea, VP of Growth at Fandom. Explore how he is infusing trust and safety by design into his evolving role, the importance of self-regulation for online platforms, how to ensure global policy enforcement across many communities, and much more.
Thanks for bringing a new perspective for the brand trust and safety world out there. Always fun to listen to such podcasts!
Great interviews and content!
The interviews are very insightful for how others are working towards building trust with their users and a better environment on their platforms.
One of the best podcasts in the trust and safety domain!
Learnt a lot from this podcast. It truly tells us what’s going on in the industry. Kudos!