WASHINGTON — The Digital Trust & Safety Partnership, a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at promoting a safer and more trustworthy internet, today welcomed Zoom as its newest partner.
Zoom highlights the Digital Trust & Safety Partnership’s growing list of participating companies, which now counts 12 leading technology companies. One year ago, the Partnership launched after it brought together a diverse range of innovative digital companies, representing various products, sizes and business models. DTSP’s other partners include Discord, Google, LinkedIn, Meta Platforms, Inc., Microsoft, Patreon, Pinterest, Reddit, Shopify, Twitter, and Vimeo.
The Partnership is committed to developing industry best practices, reviewed through internal and independent third-party assessments, to ensure consumer safety and trust when using digital services.
A year ago this week, the Digital Trust & Safety Partnership launched to mature and professionalize the Trust and Safety field, in pursuit of a safer and more trustworthy internet. Since then we have:
- released our first set of common Trust & Safety commitments, articulating the 35 Best Practices our members are using to keep consumers safe;
- built the Safe Framework, a flexible yet rigorous methodology for how the Trust & Safety practices of participating companies will be assessed;
- participated in events with peer organizations, and
- engaged extensively with experts from industry, governments and civil society.
The Digital Trust & Safety Partnership is a first-of-its kind initiative focused on promoting a safer and more trustworthy internet. The Digital Trust & Safety Partnership includes Discord, Google, LinkedIn, Meta Platforms, Inc., Microsoft, Patreon, Pinterest, Reddit, Shopify, Twitter, Vimeo, and Zoom.