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“I SEE DEATH EVERY DAY”

Content Moderators are Haunted by the Internet’s Most Disturbing Videos

Warning: This story contains descriptions of violent acts against people and animals, sexual harassment and other disturbing content.

Shawn Speagle holds the medication he was prescribed to deal with the effects of PTSD. Credit: Casey Newton, The Verge, 2019

Bodies in Seats, a testimony of the experiences of rogue Facebook content reviewers (content moderators), is a cringe-worthy, but critically…

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A collection of essays, testimonials, articles, and explainers about the American criminal legal system, and recent developments related to justice. Or…related to injustice, as it were.

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Simone Chérie

Simone Chérie

Legal Reform Advocate and Perpetual Optimist. 👩🏽‍💻Grad Student @EmoryLaw.

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