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Class Action Says Court Must Intervene to Protect YouTube Content Moderators from Psychological Trauma [UPDATE]

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on December 5, 2022

Doe v. YouTube, Inc.

Filed: October 24, 2020 § 4:20-cv-07493

A class action alleges YouTube has negligently failed to protect content moderators from the psychological trauma associated with repeatedly viewing graphic and objectionable images.

Defendant(s)

YouTube LLC

State(s)

California

November 29, 2022 – YouTube Content Moderator Trauma Settlement Website Is Live

August 2, 2022 – YouTube Agrees to $4.3 Million Settlement in Content Moderator Trauma Class Action

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Last Updated on December 5, 2022 — 10:06 AM

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