About regulate social media
Regulate Social Media is a personal advocacy project by a growing collective of technology and media experts that seek to find the right balance between society and powerful technology platforms that dominate our information ecosystem.
David Carroll is associate professor of media design and Director of the MFA Design and Technology graduate program at the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design. In 2017, he launched a lawsuit to recover his data from Cambridge Analytica.
David Gunton formerly served as enforcement counsel at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and as the chief compliance officer of an alternative investment adviser. He is currently Lecturer of Legal Studies at the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia.
Justin Hendrix is a New York based expert in emerging media and technology, educator and activist. He is Executive Director of NYC Media Lab and teaches a course on Technology, Media & Democracy at NYU.
Margarita Noriega is a former editor of Reuters, Newsweek, Vox, and Fusion (Univision-Disney) and is a consultant on strategic communications issues, focusing on emerging technology, access to information, and social media.
We are seeking collaborators who wish to help the world's governments make good decisions about how to regulate social media.