Glut of social media posts, political divisiveness a challenge for content moderators

Leigh Adams, director of moderation services at Viafoura, a content moderation company, is photographed in Toronto, Friday, May 13, 2022.  Chris Young / THE CANADIAN PRESS Leigh Adams, director of moderation services at Viafoura, a content moderation company, is photographed in Toronto, Friday, May 13, 2022. Chris Young / THE CANADIAN PRESS

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Same-sex couples in U.S. updating legal status after Roe v. Wade ruling

After the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court, some LGBTQ2S+ couples are alarmed, worrying about a return to a time when they lacked equal rights to married heterosexual couples under the law. Many, fearful that their marital status is in danger, are moving now to square away potential medical, parental and estate issues.

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