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.@WSJ reports on the SEC Advisory Panel's oversight of US accounting rule maker. Colleen Honigsberg states: These investors have been asking FASB to focus on significant accounting issues that would actually really improve their ability to value a company. https://stanford.io/3UymecU

Moderated Content from SLS is podcast content about content moderation, moderated by assistant professor evelyn douek.

In the inaugural episode, douek talks to Daphne Keller, director of the Program on Platform Regulation at Stanford’s Cyber Policy Center, and Genevieve Lakier, ...Professor of Law and the Herbert and Marjorie Fried Teaching Scholar at the University of Chicago "Texas vs. Platforms … vs. The First Amendment."

Listen here: https://stanford.io/3C4Bmrn

"How much the new California body can achieve will in part depend on how much damage the Supreme Court will do if it strikes down sensible measures," says Stanford Law's @JohnDonohueSLS via @washingtonpost: https://stanford.io/3S83IGL

Moderated Content from SLS is podcast content about content moderation, moderated by assistant professor @evelyndouek. In the inaugural episode, douek talks to @daphnehk and @glakier about "Texas vs. Platforms … vs. The First Amendment."

Listen here: https://stanford.io/3BHZY7M