Join our growing community to challenge mainstream media bias and fix the news
YouTube sued by ex-content moderator

YouTube sued by ex-content moderator

A former content moderator of YouTube is suing the video platform as she claims that her job led her to develop symptoms of depression as well as post-traumatic stress disorder. This is because she had to review thousands of disturbing videos containing highly graphic footage. She has claimed that moderators have to spend more than four hours a day reviewing graphic content.

Sandra
Sandra
_
_ 2 months

Let us get hands on you tube content moderators and we’ll give these snowflakes a reason to have ptsd.

Rational ific
Rational ific 2 months

"Highly graphic footage" = a Trump speech

Matt
Matt 2 months

Without considering consequences, a great way to remove this situation is to require real identification, and consider making it a legal requirement on all platforms and publishing sites. No anonymity on major social network sites. It would solve a lot of problems. It would cause new ones. So here's the dilemma: where is the balance? Does a compromise even exist?

David Webb
David Webb 2 months

Didn't Facebook employees already do this and got a pay out?

Jon
Jon 2 months

Only those with strong stomachs need apply?

themdg
themdg 2 months

Porn kills your soul.

Francisco d'Anconia
Francisco d'Anconia 2 months

Wasn't part of their employment agreement was to sign off on accepting the prescribed duties of the position?

Top in Sci & Tech