Facebook moderator to testify before Oireachtas panel in groundbreaking appearance
Committee to examine working conditions of social media referees after Business Post revealed concerns over psychological supports
A Facebook moderator will testify at an Oireachtas committee next week in a world first appearance by such a worker at a parliamentary hearing.
Louise O’Reilly, the Sinn Féin spokeswoman on health, called for the Oireachtas committee on enterprise, trade and employment to examine the working conditions of social media moderators after a Business Post investigation revealed concerns about the level of psychological supports available.
Foxglove, an advocacy group which has...
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