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We Had to Remove This Post af Hanna Bervoets
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We Had to Remove This Post (udgave 2023)

af Hanna Bervoets (Forfatter)

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WHAT IS "NORMAL"? WHAT IS "RIGHT"? AND WHO GETS TO DECIDE? To be a content moderator is to see humanity at its worst--but Kayleigh needs money. So she takes a job working for a social media platform whose name she isn't allowed to mention. Her task: review offensive videos and pictures, rants and conspiracy theories, and decide which need to be removed. It's grueling work. Kayleigh and her colleagues spend all day watching horrors and hate on their screens, evaluating them with the platform's ever-changing moderating guidelines. Yet Kayleigh is good at her job, and she finds in her colleagues a group of friends--even a new girlfriend--and for the first time in her life, her future seems bright. But soon the job seems to change them all, shifting their worlds in alarming ways. How long before the moderators' own senses of right and wrong begin to bend and flex? From one of the most acclaimed Dutch writers of her generation, We Had to Remove This Post is a chilling, powerful, and urgent literary masterpiece about who or what determines our worldview, who sets the boundaries, and just how much a person can be asked to accept.… (mere)
Medlem:D_Powell
Titel:We Had to Remove This Post
Forfattere:Hanna Bervoets (Forfatter)
Info:Harper Perennial (2023), Edition: Reprint, 144 pages
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Started out better than it ended. There was barely any talk about her job, which was what the description said the book would be about. Instead it was focused on her relationship, which wasn’t even that frightening. Still don’t know why there’s a lawsuit or what she said in the video, i have my guesses of course. ( )
  bethmcc | Jan 17, 2024 |
3 stars
very short, the ending left me shocked not for actual content but because i wasn’t paying attention and expected at least 3 more chapters. interesting take on the ways that viewing graphic/disturbing content on a daily basis can alter our own perceptions and understanding of what is normal. i think it could have been more developed and gone further into how that affected the mc, but overall i liked it!

characters: 3
plot: 2.5
writing: 3 ( )
1 stem cassidybolton | Dec 25, 2023 |
Strange book. I felt it spent too much time on the details of a relationship than the main story itself. It also ended abruptly...like I was only reading the 1st half of a story. ( )
1 stem Kerrazyscott | Nov 7, 2023 |
Goed geschreven, vreselijk verhaal. Wat een narigheid, heb er wakker van gelegen. ( )
  Yggie | Oct 12, 2023 |
Ew. Ew ew ew ew ew ew ew.
This book had no beginning, no ending and nothing of value in the middle. In fact, the only thing that actually happened in it was the discussion at the bar about the toe thing and that was so unbelievably graphic to the point where it was completely needless. Yes, it fits in with the theme (or lack thereof) of the book but if you try to tell a story about censors and then completely ignore what they're actually censoring, only deciding midway to graphically describe one of the videos, it's not gonna work. ( )
1 stem Emree | Aug 20, 2023 |
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WHAT IS "NORMAL"? WHAT IS "RIGHT"? AND WHO GETS TO DECIDE? To be a content moderator is to see humanity at its worst--but Kayleigh needs money. So she takes a job working for a social media platform whose name she isn't allowed to mention. Her task: review offensive videos and pictures, rants and conspiracy theories, and decide which need to be removed. It's grueling work. Kayleigh and her colleagues spend all day watching horrors and hate on their screens, evaluating them with the platform's ever-changing moderating guidelines. Yet Kayleigh is good at her job, and she finds in her colleagues a group of friends--even a new girlfriend--and for the first time in her life, her future seems bright. But soon the job seems to change them all, shifting their worlds in alarming ways. How long before the moderators' own senses of right and wrong begin to bend and flex? From one of the most acclaimed Dutch writers of her generation, We Had to Remove This Post is a chilling, powerful, and urgent literary masterpiece about who or what determines our worldview, who sets the boundaries, and just how much a person can be asked to accept.

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