According to foreign media techcrunch, a group of more than 200 Facebook content reviewers and some full-time employees sent an open letter to Facebook and Accenture and covalen, the company’s contractors that manage content reviewers. < / P > < p > before, the Intercept reports on how some Facebook content censors, who deal with things like graphic violence, were asked to return to the office during the pandemic. Shortly after they returned to the office, a Facebook content censor was reported to have tested positive for covid-19. < / P > < p > “after a few months of allowing content censors to work from home, you forced us to go back to the office in the face of tremendous pressure to keep Facebook free of hate and false information,” the group wrote. “Reviewers can be exempted from attending the meeting in person if they get a statement from the doctor about the individual covid risk. Regulators have vulnerable relatives who may die if they get covid from us. &Content reviewers are now asking Facebook to allow people at high risk or living with high-risk people with severe covid-19 to work from home indefinitely. In addition, censors generally want Facebook to maximize the number of people working from home. < / P > < p > “you said before that content auditing cannot be done remotely for security reasons,” they wrote. &If so, it’s time to fundamentally change the way work is organized. There’s no need to keep it secret in Facebook. Some content, such as criminal content, may need to be managed in Facebook’s office. The rest should be done at home. &Quot; < / P > < p > “we thank the content reviewers for their valuable work and we give priority to their health and safety,” a Facebook spokesman told techcrunch in a statement. “While we believe in open internal dialogue, these discussions need to be honest. Most of the 15000 global content censors have been working from home and will continue to do so during the pandemic. All of them have access to health care and confidential health resources from the first day of their employment, and Facebook has gone beyond health guidance on keeping any facility working in the office safe. ” In the letter, the reviewers argued that Facebook’s algorithm was far from the level needed to manage content successfully. They think they are the “heart” of Facebook. < / P > < p > “without our work, Facebook cannot be used,” the reviewers wrote. “Its empire will collapse. Your algorithm doesn’t find irony. They can’t filter news out of false information. They are unable to respond quickly enough to self mutilation or child abuse. We can. ” < / P > < p > the group represents content censors from across the United States and Europe, and is supported by legal advocacy firm foxglove. Foxglove tweeted that it was “the biggest international joint effort of Facebook content censors to date.”. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities