Content Moderation

  • Facebook to manually review ads, so why don’t others?

    … Facebook has come under fire recently for allegedly accepting money for ads from a Russian entity known as the Internet Research Agency. For two years these ads ran which intended to fuel the fires of rampant political discord already troubling our country. Some of the ads could have even been viewed as racist or anti-Semitic. After turning over…

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  • Craigslist has nothing to teach Facebook

    … has ‘conquered’ its own content moderation, which leads to the question, what moderation? Granted, Facebook has had its own controversies lately with Facebook Live being used to broadcast a number of crimes and suicides, and the ever-growing problem of hate speech, however craigslist should not be held up as a shining example of how content should…

    Greg's Cornerin Social- 20 readers -
  • YouTube Heroes Will Let Users Earn Rewards By Flagging Videos, More

    … to training through workshops and Hero hangouts. At Level 3, Heroes “who have demonstrated their proficiency” will receive the ability to flag multiple videos at a time and the ability to help moderate content within the YouTube Heroes community site. Once Heroes reach Level 4, they’ll receive access to “sneak-preview product launches,” and will gain…

    AllTwitterin Social Google YouTube- 12 readers -