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Kenya judge finds Meta is not in contempt of court

Kenya judge finds Meta is not in contempt of court

A Kenyan judge found Facebook's parent company Meta was not in contempt of court for failing to pay dozens of content moderators that a contractor laid off. Labour judge Mathews Nduma Nderi said Meta did not "deliberately and contemptuously" breach a court order requiring it to pay wages of hundreds of Facebook content moderators. "They did various things which they thought were lawful in trying to deal with their situation but we did not find that what they did amounted to contempt," Nderi said. This year, 184 moderators sued Meta and two contractors, saying their union organising efforts had cost them…
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