Facebook reportedly pays off an army of Filipino content material curators to police written content on the social network’s platform.

The Daily Mail accounts that Facebook continues to be hiring young Filipinos to act as content curators for the Facebook system. The workers reportedly work grueling shifts for small pay and decide on whether or not content on Facebook needs to be removed or permitted.

Facebook originator Mark Zuckerberg stated earlier this month the social media company, worth $435 billion, will be adding another 3,000 content moderators on the team of 4,500 it already employs and also promised to “improve the process for [reporting content] quickly.” It had been identified throughout an examination by way of the Mail on Sunday that FB reportedly pays an army of Filipino content curators to police content on the social network’s platform.

The Daily Mail reports that Facebook has been hiring young Filipinos to act as content curators on the Facebook platform. The workers reportedly work grueling shifts for little pay and decide on whether or not content on Facebook should be removed or allowed.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg stated previously this month that the social media company, worth $435 billion, could be adding another 3,000 content moderators to the team of 4,500 it already employs and pledged to “improve the process for [reporting content] quickly.” It had been discovered during an investigation by the Mail on Sunday that Facebook outsources a lot of it’s content policing to the professional services firm Accenture.

“We hire college graduates, experienced hires, supply rigorous training and pay competitive wages,” Accenture claimed. When called for comment, Facebook said, “We’ve built a global network of operations centres to work 24/7 so that we have people in the right country with the proper language and cultural skills to review reports. We recognise this work can be difficult, which is why our contracts with partners stipulate that wellness and psychological support must be provided.”

Facebook assured their users that a review of Accenture’s hiring and business practices would be performed, stating, “We will likely be looking at the services supplied by Accenture to ensure they meet our requirements.”rces much of its content policing to the professional services firm Accenture.

“We hire college graduates, experienced hires, provide intensive training and pay very competitive wages,” Accenture stated. When asked for remark, Facebook said, “We’ve built a global network of operations centers to work 24/7 so that we have people in the right country with the right language and cultural skills to review reports. We recognize this work can be difficult, which is why our contracts with partners stipulate that wellness and psychological support must be provided.”

Facebook guaranteed their users that a review of Accenture’s hiring and business practices would be performed, saying, “We will be reviewing the services given by Accenture to make certain they meet our expectations.”

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