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moderation

Management
A reduction in extremes, a quality-assurance process that ensures all validators are judging consistently, thereby reducing subjectivity. Moderation ensures the validity, reliability and consistency of the validation process at local, regional and national levels, and provides consistent feedback to the organisation.

moderation

(mŏd-ĕr-ā′shūn) [L. moderatio]
The limited use of a substance; the avoidance of excessive or hazardous exposure to a potentially harmful agent.
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Al-Othaimeen said that "the deviation of the thought of some groups in the Islamic world from the approach of moderation established by the Quran and the Sunnah, is behind the chaos and violence that is afflicting a number of the Organization's countries."
The memorandum of cooperation includes a number of objectives aimed at mainstreaming the approach of moderation in society, combating extremist and terrorist ideologies, and enhancing intellectual awareness through conducting joint scientific research and applied and field studies on mainstreaming the approach of moderation, developing intellectual awareness and protecting society from extremism.
Focusing on accountability, we suggest, helps to understand why simply providing more detailed information about moderation will not be sufficient to help users understand moderation systems or to hold platforms to account for their decisions.
While the differing architectures and intended uses of particular social media platforms lend themselves to different rules and styles of moderation, platforms' rulesets have steadily converged because these firms "structurally inhabit the same position--between many of the same competing aims, the same competing users, and between their user bases and lawmakers concerned with their behavior." Nevertheless, from top-down platforms like Facebook and YouTube to the federated structures of Reddit and Twitch, there is still a great deal of diversity in platform governance.
"We are proud of Bahrain's long and rich heritage of moderation and peaceful coexistence.
In a report the bank said, 'A moderation in the PMI seems to be confirming our view that growth likely has peaked in Q1 (April-June) and we could see some moderation in the GDP prints going ahead.'
The foundation was formed in 2012 to promote moderation and to fight extremism.
It's common for people to justify their bad habits by appealing to moderation. Why do it in the first place if it's not good for you?
Community Sift is the only moderation API to hold such a patent, and uses a unique combination of risk, context, and user behavior to detect and remove high-risk content like harassment, abuse, and hate speech.
The President was addressing an 'Iftar' Dinner that was preceded by a discussion titled ' moderation and Ramazan' organised by Iqbal International Institute for Research and Dialogue (IRD) at Faisal Masjid Campus.
This was said by IIUI Rector and President in their speeches in an Iftar Dinner titled ' moderation and Ramadan' organized by Iqbal International Institute for Research and Dialogue (IRD) at Faisal Masjid Campus.
ISLAMABAD -- International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) leadership has called upon the universities of Muslim world to play due role in dissemination of peace and moderation.