Content moderators are essential workers in the day-to-day running of Facebook. It is their job to review content submitted by Facebook’s 2.8bn global userbase to its newsfeeds.
Lawyers for the government told London’s High Court today that official policies on disappearing message apps like WhatsApp are for Ministers and officials to follow – or not – as they see fit.
Today was day one of a three-day hearing at the London High Court into government by WhatsApp.
On Tuesday, All the Citizens, supported by Foxglove, will be in the London High Court to challenge the use of …
Despite the concession, the lowest-paid content moderators will still be on some of the worst wages for Facebook workers anywhere in the world.
It’s a damning read for an “ethical AI” firm – who just raised $70 million in an investment round on the back of its “ethical” reputation.
Imagine spending all day dealing with the world’s worst violent Facebook posts on as little as $1.50 a day. Now imagine you do this for a company that calls itself an ‘ethical AI’ firm – and that they fire people who stand up and complain.
Disabled people in Manchester threaten legal action over an algorithm that forces them into call centre “doom loops” to access vital cash.