Clickworker, an innovator in the global crowdsourcing and workforce solutions space, announced this week it has reached a workforce of 100,000 in the “cloud”, also called clickworkers.
Clickworker is a “go-to” marketplace offering a range of quality-assured content solutions for clients who need large-scale projects completed quickly and accurately. From SEO text creation and data authentication, to translations and copywriting, these tasks generally can’t be completed by a computer or efficiently through a company’s existing personnel structure.
Global crowdsourcing conference features the industry’s top leaders and experts
Clickworker, a rapidly growing global crowdsourcing innovator providing quality-assured content solutions, including SEO text creation and data authentication, will host Europe’s first-ever Crowdconvention, a crowdsourcing-focused event, in Berlin, Germany. On June 15, crowdsourcing and crowdfunding companies, investors, customers and experts from Europe and the U.S. will gather to explore key issues in this rapidly growing sector.
Clickworkers find 1,550 radical right wing websites and web 2.0 entries—analysis on netz-gegen-nazis.de
In the forums their name might be “NSDAP88”, they listen to “Heimattreu (Homeland-loyal radio) Radio” and browse special dating websites to find a romantic partner who shares their radical views. Members of the radical right are very active on the internet and the size and speed of this medium often makes it difficult to monitor the activities of the radical right and to know how to actively stand up against them.