Personal PrivacyFacebook Moderators Rely on Outdated PowerPoint Slides to Direct Their DecisionsDecember 28, 2018Personal PrivacyfacebookThe Infinite Brief Facebook’s thousands of content moderators rely on a series of PowerPoint slides that contain inaccuracies and outdated information to determine what content to allow on the social network. The documents, span more than 1,400 pages and are used to guide Facebook’s more than 7,500 moderators as they approve or reject content. Facebook moderators said they often rely on Google Translate to read posts and face pressure to make decisions on content within a matter of seconds. Curated from CNBC Tags :facebookshare on Facebookshare on Twittershare on LinkedInshare on Redditadd a comment Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Website Chinese Schools Are Adding Movement-Tracking Microchips to Student Uniforms in Effort to Fight TruancyWhich Tech Companies Are The Least and Most Trusted? A New Survey Reveals The AnswersYou Might Also LikePersonal PrivacyYahoo is Giving New Phone Owners Access to Previous Phone Number Owner’s Email AccountPersonal PrivacyTV Companies Such as TCL and Vizio Keep Prices Down By Selling Your DataPersonal PrivacyDoes the ‘Technological Border Wall’ Proposed By Democrats Threaten the Fourth Amendment?