It identified the place insurance policies and notes on conferences are publicly obtainable.
Now that the most recent New York Occasions article about Fb has hit -- following earlier tales on its moderation missteps from Motherboard and ProPublica -- the social community is as soon as once more defending itself. In a weblog put up it denied prices that moderators function below "quotas," saying that "Reviewers' compensation will not be primarily based on the quantity of content material they assessment, and our reviewers aren't anticipated to depend on Google Translate as they're provided with coaching and supporting sources."
It additionally pointed to posts it is made exposing its inside pointers and the minutes from conferences the place coverage modifications are mentioned. If you would like to learn by these these, the most recent ones are proper right here (PDF). Based on the uncredited put up, "We have been accused of being "advert hoc," "disorganized," "secretive," and doing issues "on a budget." This could not be farther from the reality....All through 2018, we have launched extra transparency into our insurance policies and offered knowledge on how we implement them. We have extra in retailer in 2019, and we sit up for folks's suggestions."
Individually, CEO Mark Zuckerberg tossed in his personal reflections on 2018, and stated "We're a really totally different firm in the present day than we have been in 2016, or perhaps a 12 months in the past. We have essentially altered our DNA to focus extra on stopping hurt in all our companies, and we have systematically shifted a big portion of our firm to work on stopping hurt." Are any of these modifications sufficient to show the narrative round subsequent 12 months? We'll discover out quickly sufficient.