Over 150 social media key safety workers voted to form the first content moderators’ union in Africa. We are so proud to have been with them.
Until then, the brave 184 content moderators bringing the case remain protected from Facebook’s mass lay offs by a court order blocking them.
The Competition and Markets Authority has announced a formal investigation into the deal – following similar action in the US.
The decision also stops Facebook switching suppliers because the case argues the switch is being carried out in a discriminatory way.
The NHS faces a huge test: not enough doctors to keep up. Can the government’s plan for a £360m Palantir dashboard really fix this mess? Take our survey!
Facebook and Sama’s redundancy took place under false pretences, with the real objective being to bar moderators from returning to work.
We are proud to be co-hosting a landmark content moderator summit in Berlin, alongside Superr Lab, German union Ve.rdi and Aspiration Tech.