Internal documents and audio show that Facebook is requiring moderators to come back to work to deal with content related to child abuse, self harm, and terrorism.
The social media giant also drew on what it said was a lack of authoritive reporting on the origins of the emails as a reason to stop the spread of the article.
A former contracted content moderator at YouTube is bringing a class action lawsuit against the platform, claiming the job gave her severe PTSD, anxiety and depression.
Multiple sources inside Spotify described an all-hands meeting in which Spotify CEO Daniel Ek discussed the company’s handling of the controversial podcaster.
Audio recordings are notoriously difficult to moderate, and Twitter already has a harassment and white supremacist problem.
Timothy J. Aveni explicitly linked his resignation to Facebook’s refusal to act on posts from Trump which call for violence.
Trump's ongoing tantrum about Twitter fact-checking has led to an executive order that seeks to clarify section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
YouTube deleted a video of Dr. Erickson and Massihi after getting torched by the media, which is only making things worse.
Platforms are having to deal with all sorts of scammers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Yet another embarrassing failure of an algorithmic trends widget.