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The iPhone maker was originally targeting March 27th to reopen locations in the US and elsewhere around the world. Which posts did they allow to stay up? Twitter said it too would step up use of similar automation, but would not ban users based solely on automated enforcement, because of accuracy concerns. As of Tuesday, it began to inform all contract moderators that they should not come into the office. This came after days, if not weeks, of employees telling Accenture that their partners and roommates had been exposed to the disease. A Facebook group for young people trapped at home called Zoom Memes for Self Quaranteens , founded less than a week ago, has already grown to more than , members. For both our full-time employees and contract workforce there is some work that cannot be done from home due to safety, privacy and legal reasons. 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As always, creators can still appeal a video that was taken down, but YouTube warns this process will also be delayed because of the reduction in human moderation. Some American companies are still debating what to do with their full-time workforces this week. Given the rapidly evolving public health concerns, we are taking additional steps to protect our teams and will be working with our partners over the course of this week to send all contract workers who perform content review home, until further notice. Andrew J. Commendably, Facebook will continue to pay them during the disruption. When they work for third parties, that user data is at much greater risk of leaking to the outside world. Coronavirus is making Instagram more intimate. Hsu at The Washington Post:. Which did they wrongfully take down? Until Monday, the answer looked a lot like business as usual. With millions of people working and learning from home during the pandemic, internet networks are being pushed to the limit. It could be a reflection of high demand during the pandemic. Instead we have been paying attention to their generally awful working conditions and the fact that a subset of workers are developing post-traumatic stress disorder from the job. Without a steady stream of brunch photos and beach-vacation selfies, the platform has mutated into close-up scrapbooks of days spent cooped up inside. When your moderators work in house, you can apply strict controls to their computers to monitor the access they have to user data. The tests we have generally need to be sent to a lab, and the process is slow. In a new report, researchers at Ranking Digital Rights lay out a prescription for fixing the company. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}And actions taken over the past few days by Facebook and YouTube will have significant implications for the future of the business. 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In fairness, Facebook was far from alone in not having deployed a full plan for its contractors last Thursday. This can create havoc for workers — they are often fired for inadvertently bringing phones onto the production floor, and many of them have complained to me about the way that the divide separates them from their support networks during the day. Googlers are circulating a similar petition on behalf of their own contract coworkers, Rob Price reported at Business Inside r. Fast-forward to today, when a pandemic is spreading around the world at frightening speed. Because of the heavier reliance on AI, YouTube basically says we have to expect that some mistakes are going to be made. We still need just as many moderators working to police social networks, if not more — usage is clearly surging. 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