Today I wanted to share an amusingly refreshing take on content moderation on the web. Something that we all have been confronted with, we understand as a hot mess, and we still probably think it's not that complicated.
Imagine now you're the richest person in the world and on a whim you decided to buy one of the most well-known social platform in the West. Because you're rich and quite successful in other fields you certainly feel you can fix social media and make sure you boost growth and expand the business.
This is a splendid Dunning-Kruger effect and here are the 20 (twenty!) steps of content moderation hell you're now entering:
And just to drive the point home: