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Facebook in new row over sharing users’ data with moderators

analyse - 3 mars 2012

lire sur le site originel >>> (telegraph.co.uk)

New information about Facebook’s outsourced moderation process shows that the social network shares more personal information with moderators than it has so far acknowledged.
The social network was criticized last week after gossip site Gawker exposed it as employing third-party content moderators in the developing world for one dollar an hour.
Facebook responded saying : “No user information beyond the content in question and the source of the report is shared.”
However, new evidence seen (...)



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