Hello and welcome to Equity, a podcast about startup activity, where we unpack the numbers and nuances behind the headlines.
It’s our Wednesday show, where we focus on one person, reflect on their work, and unpack the rest. This week, Natasha interviewed Sarah Oh, co-founder of T2, Twitter rival and former Twitter human rights adviser. She has also spent time traveling the world to help companies build safer and more responsible businesses.
We get into a lot of things, not limited to, but including what his job titles actually encompass, the danger of going viral, rebuilding a clone, and generative AI. We also talk about what moderation 3.0 looks like and T2 daring to dream when building a Twitter-like business with security at its core. Oh is clearly a change maker, given that the 30 minutes I spent with her has already broadened my understanding of how platforms think about – and invest in – trust at scale.
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