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Protecting Your Brand, Trust & Safety Teams, and Moderators

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With the 300+ million terabytes of data created every day on the internet, Trust & Safety teams are under significant pressure. It is estimated that 90% of the world’s data was generated in the last two years alone, and that AI will be responsible for 99% or more of all information on the internet, further straining already overwhelmed content moderation systems.

Legislation & Compliance
Requirements are Increasing

While each platform has its own policies for how to deal with egregious content, governments are now taking the role of regulator, and determining what is acceptable content in their country. Many of these laws specifically call for the protection of children, with requirements to mitigate harmful content including sexual and violent content, cyberbullying, and suicide and self-harm. As legislation increases, organizations are expected to increase the amount of content moderation they need to provide.

Types of Egregious Content

We provide dedicated workflows for the following types of egregious content:

  • Graphic Violence
  • Child Abuse
  • Fraud
  • Hate Speech
  • Profanity
  • Catfishing
  • Racism
  • Suicide / Self-Injury
  • Bullying
  • Harassment
  • Non-Consensual Imagery
  • Terrorism
  • Violent Threats
  • Extortion

Supported Industries

  • Social Media
  • Streaming
  • Adult Entertainment
  • Marketplace
  • Gaming
  • Messaging
  • Dating
  • Children Tech
  • News & Media

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