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Content moderators use crazy metaphors to describe their hellish jobs

28/02/2019

From cleaning up the injuries of people who’ve slipped in a city full of banana peels to being a broken egg, here are the most creative ways trust and safety employees describe their jobs. On the heels of Casey Newton’s riveting account of Facebook content moderators and their nightmarish jobs comes...
From cleaning up the injuries of people who’ve slipped in a city full of banana peels to being a broken egg, here are the most creative ways trust and safety employees describe their jobs. On the heels of Casey Newton’s riveting account of Facebook content moderators and their nightmarish jobs comes another fascinating look at workers on the front lines of social media’s biggest platforms: Alex Feerst rounded up some crazy stories from 15 trust and safety employees who’ve worked at YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest, Google, Tumblr, and more internet giants for Medium’s new “OneZero” tech and science publication.Read Full Story From cleaning up the injuries of people who’ve slipped in a city full of banana peels to being a broken egg, here are the most creative ways trust and safety employees describe their jobs. On the heels of Casey Newton’s riveting account of Facebook content moderators and their nightmarish jobs comes another fascinating look at workers on the front lines of social media’s biggest platforms: Alex Feerst rounded up some crazy stories from 15 trust and safety employees who’ve worked at YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Pinterest, Google, Tumblr, and more internet giants for Medium’s new “OneZero” tech and science publication.Read Full Story
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