Synthetic and Manipulated Media partnerships
In addition to sharing our draft policy on synthetic and manipulated media for public comment, we are also looking for potential partners to collaborate with on the implementation of this policy. This short form should take less than five minutes to fill out, as a first expression of interest.

As you can see in the policy framing, we are thinking about media that has either been manipulated or is synthetic, particularly content that threatens physical safety or may lead to offline harm. In some cases, we may remove content, in others we may turn to a product intervention, depending on the particular context.

There are a range of partnerships that may be relevant, from detection and analysis to verification and evaluation. As this is a complex and emerging area of work, we are conscious that organisations, whether non-profit, academic or commercial, may have different tools and approaches that can contribute to our work.

Please provide your details below and if we feel there is potential to collaborate, we will be in touch if we believe there is potential to collaborate.
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What's your organization's name?
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1) What is the primary area you focus on? *
2) Please tell us more about your organization's work and how it relates to the challenges of synthetic and manipulated media. *
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3) How would you envision a partnership working? *
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4) How would you evaluate your capacity for this work? For example are their geographical or time coverage restraints on your work? *
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5) What information/signals would you provide to Twitter? What would the process look like? *
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6) Would you be happy to have such signals publicly attributed to your organisation? *
7) Do you have any other relevant partnerships that you would like to share details of? Are there other organizations you think we should speak to?
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8) How would you describe your organization? *
9) Please provide any other information you think is relevant.
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