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Dylan is a third-year law student at Harvard Law School where he is an editor on both the Harvard Law Review as well as the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, and a Research Assistant at Berkman Klein’s Institute for Rebooting Social Media. As a Graduate Student Fellow, Dylan’s work focuses on internet-powered technologies and their relationship to speech, privacy, and property. Prior to Harvard, Dylan spent time working on the social and technical sides of the internet. As a Trust & Safety practitioner, Dylan held several roles in content policy and operations at Facebook and YouTube, mitigating the risks of online hate speech, terrorism, and misinformation. He is a founding fellow with the Integrity Institute, where he advised regulators on several policy frameworks for governing social media platforms, both in the United States and abroad. He was also a fellow in Berkman Klein’s inaugural Assembly: Disinformation Program, where he helped plan counter-disinformation strategies ahead of the 2020 U.S. Elections with leaders in tech policy, government, and academia. Dylan received his BA from Johns Hopkins University in International Studies and Political Theory.


Harvard Magazine

Facebook’s Failures

BKC Graduate Student Fellow Dylan Moses joins Jeff Horwitz and Latanya Sweeney to discuss Horwitz's book, Broken Code: Inside Facebook and the Fight to Expose Its Harmful Secrets.

Mar 1, 2024