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When platforms use algorithms to moderate content, how should researchers understand the impact on moderators and users? Much of the existing literature on this question views moderation as a series of decision-making tasks and evaluates moderation algorithms based on their accuracy. Drawing on literature from the field of platform governance, I argue that content moderation is more than a series of discrete decisions but rather a complex system of rules, mechanism, and procedures. Researchdoi:10.1177/20563051221077020 doaj:82007e307a8a4b789de652985a420255 fatcat:tvjkgsmi7zg2bew5vrapyo5x2e