That Escalated Quickly: July Conversation

That Escalated Quickly: July Conversation

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That Escalated Quickly: What's It Like to Work in Trust & Safety?

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Trust and Safety is a vast field, with various functions and responsibilities. A T&S professional could be moderating content, writing policy, building products, responding to government requests, measuring quality assurance, and doing so much more. Those who work in T&S also come from diverse backgrounds. Some worked as teachers, civil servants, lawyers, or other fields before making the jump into trust and safety. Some may have only worked for 1 or 2 companies for 10+ years, while others may have worked for half a dozen companies, from large international companies to small startups.

In the next few months, TSPA will be bringing to you a series of fireside chats with TSPA members about their careers. We’ll explore the diversity and breadth of those doing this work. We’ll talk about what they do, how they got into trust and safety, and what advice they would give to those wanting to do the same thing they do. Join us, starting in June for these intimate conversations about what it’s like to work in trust and safety.

July guests: Eric Davis + Siva Raghava

Siva has an overall Trust & Safety experience of over 17 years managing product, policy, risk and operations in diverse set of online content nuances. He has gathered a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the trust & safety domains while working with some of the most prominent technology companies worldwide like Dell, Amazon, Accenture (for Google, Youtube), Genpact and MindGeek. He specializes in Transactional Fraud Detection, Content policy formulation, and enforcement for some of the most nuanced content abuses like CSAM, non-consensual content, hate speech, spam etc.

At TaskUs, Siva is responsible for building & scaling Trust & Safety service line globally. As a trust and safety practitioner he strives towards helping platforms navigate complex content moderation problems to build a safer online environment.

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