Facebook's leaked rulebooks highlight struggle with content moderation

Found on CNet News on Friday, 28 December 2018
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The documents published Thursday by the Times are purportedly used to advise thousands of moderators about how to deal with any content that may be deemed problematic and "distill highly complex issues into simple yes-or-no rules." The moderation work is outsourced and the Times notes that some moderators rely on Google Translate to make split-second decisions on what is deemed hate speech or not.

"In an effort to control problems of its own creation, it has quietly become, with a speed that makes even employees uncomfortable, what is arguably one of the world's most powerful political regulators," according to the story.

Expect Zucky to sweat into cameras and apologize again, and again, and again while carrying on with its business.