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A Facebook content moderator died after suffering a heart attack while on the job, according to a new report detailing harsh working conditions (FB)

Business Insider Wednesday, 19 June 2019
A Facebook content moderator died after suffering a heart attack while on the job, according to a new report detailing harsh working conditions (FB)· A Facebook content moderator died last year after suffering a heart attack while on the job, according to a new report from The Verge.
· The report details the harsh working conditions at a Facebook contractor facility operated by Cognizant in Tampa Florida, in which employee breaks are closely monitored and the office is...
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According to Business Insider, &quot;A Facebook content moderator died last year after suffering a heart attack while on the job... The report details the harsh working conditions at a Facebook contractor facility operated by Cognizant in Tampa Florida, in which employee breaks are closely...

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