Meta maintains that the threat of the African content moderator firm’s exit

Meta maintains that the threat of the African content moderator firm's exit

Following the announcement that it would stop providing content-review services to social media platforms, Sama, the contractor handling Facebook’s principal east African moderation center, has denied that harmful remarks will go unreviewed.

Meta maintains that the threat of the African content moderator firm's exit
Meta maintains that the threat of the African content moderator firm’s exit

 

Sama blamed the “economic climate,” and Meta claimed it was “Sama’s decision.”

An ex-moderator who alleges the occupation damaged his mental health filed a lawsuit against both companies in May.

According to Daniel Motaung, the posts he looked at depicted beheadings and child abuse.

Mr. Motaung claims he was paid roughly $2.20 (£1.80) per hour for his job and that he has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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