“We don’t have good guardrails and norms for what is appropriate interplay between colleagues and whatnot,” Hemingway said. “Some stuff is so clearly over the line, just absolutely awful. And other things, you kind of get the sense you need more context to understand.”
They also consider the lines between the public and private space as it applies to Twitter’s responsibility to regulate users’ speech.
“We have such a massive administrative state right now…there is very little purely private, or purely public. There is just this massive space in between,” Hemingway said.
Listen to their full conversation here: