As a Facebook moderator I saw the worst of humanity. We need to be valued | Chris Gray

  The Guardian 
Murder, torture, child abuse: each day we see things that keep us awake at night. Yet Mark Zuckerberg calls us ‘overdramatic’ You may have shrugged when you heard that some Facebook staff are suing the company over working conditions. But welcome to my world – content moderation – where we deal with the worst of humanity so you don’t have to. Naked migrants are being tortured with molten metal in Libya; Facebook’s quality assurance (QA) department is challenging whether that baby in Myanmar is dead; Dave and Doreen are using its report function as a weapon again. All their tedious posts end up on a screen in front of us, punctuated by atrocities, porn and distasteful jokes. Moderators make hundreds of decisions every day. It needs to be done by smart, well-adjusted people Continue reading...
 ▼ Related news : 
Jacob Rees-Mogg says he will 'pray for' Alasdair Gray's soul
Evening Times  
Gray wolves, once nearly extinct, could be coming back to Colorado
The Guardian  
Pub boasting 'forgotten' mural by late artist Alasdair Gray goes on the market
Herald Scotland  
Scottish pub featuring 'forgotten' mural by Alasdair Gray goes on the market
The Scotsman  
Alasdair Gray exhibition 'Omnium Gatherum' set for Glasgow Printworks
Herald Scotland  
Alasdair Gray exhibition 'Omnium Gatherum' announced at Glasgow Printworks
Evening Times  
Can Facebook Beat Consensus for FY 2019?
Forbes.com  
Man admits Facebook abuse calling woman 'two faced slag'
The Argus  
Recent News !
  Former Weinstein Co. production assistant Mimi Haleyi will testify against Harvey Weinstein at his rape trial Monday, recounting how he allegedly forcibly performed oral sex...
  The gun then fell and fired once, hitting both Tripp and Tyler Shaw in the head. 
  The Labour Party is promising a shorter working week for no less pay, increased public holidays and ensuring workers' right to switch off from...
  A deal between Arsenal and Flamengo for defender Pablo Marí seemed imminent only days ago, but the move is in doubt following the Spaniard's return to Brazil.
  A WOMAN needed surgery after a miniature vibrator lodged itself into her abdomen – while it was still buzzing. The Mesa, Arizona, sex toy enjoyer used...
  Experts have warned there is a 'fair chance' cases will emerge in Britain.
  Kobe Bryant helped to popularize basketball around the world, so naturally fans from Philadelphia to the Philippines built shrines to...
  CORONAVIRUS patients could have spread the disease even before symptoms appear in their own bodies, Chinese ...
  Shrewsbury boss Sam Ricketts has reacted to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp's FA Cup replay decision
  Three more arrests have been made in connection with the hit and run death of Alison McBlaine.
  A helicopter crash killed 9 people including Kobe Bryant. It's too early to speculate on the cause, but here's why fog is a significant aviation hazard
  Bank of England could be more likely to leave interest rates on hold amid property upturn The number of mortgages approved by Britain’s high street banks jumped to the...
  Police have said the woman’s health and wellbeing is their priority.
  Bold proposals for transforming the "racetrack" around Parliament Square into a part-pedestrianised space were unveiled today.
  The 'Kung Fu Kapers' sketch which aired in 1975 on show The Goodies was announced as the winner at Bristol's Slapstick Festival...
  Stock markets moved sharply lower on Monday amid rising concern over the economic impact of the rapidly spreading coronavirus.
  Gardaí in Dublin are looking for a teenage boy missing since Saturday afternoon.
  The helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna, and seven others that crashed into a hillside outside Los Angeles was flying in...
  The festival returns to the Baltic Triangle in May
  A former youth rugby player who assaulted a transgender escort in her home has received a fully suspended sentence.
  The crash blocked the A14 eastbound today around junction 24 near the Cambridge services and Swavesey
  The coronavirus is threatening to overshadow what could be a huge week of news, with dozens of important companies reporting and the Fed...
  Police have made an arrest after they forced entry into a town centre newsagents and found a large quantity of drugs stashed in the premise.
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode