Internet Publishing, more than ever Web 2.0 social networks and
dating websites of one nature or another dominate! Yet as
these Web 2.0 sites proliferate, publishers are left with a widening
array of choices about their own management, liability, and options
for best practices in managing this explosion of random user posted
The Content Compliance Council™ (C3™) has
been formed by industry veterans to explore these issues, and work
towards the development, and implementation of "best practices" in
managing, policing, and auditing the dynamic random postings of
social network and other personal profile website content. Not
only is our goal to explore and identify the issue, and to develop
best practices, but also to create certification programs that will
We intend to develop certification programs on two
levels: 1) for the website publishers themselves, to project
confidence to their customers or subscribers, that they maintain
best practices for the quality and safety of their content; and 2)
for the suppliers of services to these publishers, so that
publishers can feel comfortable that vendors of screening software
perform as advertised, and that screening service providers adhere
to stated performance and quality standards.
It is the goal of the Content Compliance Council
to also aid the industry in moderating upcoming Federal and
International Regulation, and provide a forum for the ongoing
interaction between industry and regulators.
C3 was initially formed by a
groups of industry professionals with backgrounds, and
current experience in: Internet Regulatory
Compliance, Regulatory Privacy & Security, Information
Assurance, Content Screening & Auditing Services,
Outsourcing Consulting, Market Research, Business
Process Engineering and Workflow Design.
Membership is currently open, and there
is no current membership fees.
Sponsorship is available to businesses and individuals
who share the goals of C3, and perform
related businesses or services.