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League of Labels hackathon: Meet the apps! standard

You’ve probably read the report from the MIRACLE hackathon “League of Labels” in October (Report Day 1, Report Day 2). We’ve arranged a comprehensible overview on the demos and prototypes that have been developed during this marvelous event. Find out all about apps and services that first saw the light of day during the League of Labels hackathon here: http://www.miracle-label.eu/implementation/miracle-based-apps/ As you will see, interoperable age classification data can have an added value once implemented at several sources, making it easy to create cross-media, cross-border apps and services that run on basis of such data. We are currently in the process of matchmaking between the demo developer teams and potentially interested third parties to explore opportunities for extending the prototypes to real marketable ...

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Second day of the MIRACLE hackathon: League of Labels standard

The League of Labels hackathon is over, and on top of two proud winners with two outstanding MIRACLE-based apps, we experienced not only a huge variety of different MIRACLE-related ideas, apps and services, but also a creative and powerful developer event in the wonderful Prague House. But wait, here’s what happened on the second and final day of the MIRACLE hackathon: [View the story “League of Labels hackathon – Day 2” on Storify]

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Child Protection in Social Media: Insights from MIRACLE’s CHIPSOM Meeting standard

Platforms for user generated content (UGC) play a major role for children and young people nowadays. In such environments service providers usually do not offer any inappropriate content themselves. Instead, they only provide the framework or platform for relevant content that is uploaded by the individual users. And yet many UGC services have implemented tools for the protection of younger users on their platforms, such as user-generated content classification and reporting tools for inappropriate content. In the context of the MIRACLE project the working group “Child Protection in Social Media” (CHIPSOM) has recently been established. The working group’s objective is to collect the UGC providers’ current approaches in the area of age classifications and labelling, to analyse experiences and outcomes ...

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