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  • Yes, they had to work under terrible conditons.

    Reportedly they did have to view actual child pornography which is very unsettling. They also were not eligible for health benefits and had very little special training to help them deal with reading and viewing the intimate content of people's email's, videos and photos. They deserve to win the settlement.

  • Yes, the workers should win.

    Yes, I feel that the anti-porn workers at Microsoft should win their lawsuit regarding post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Pornography is mentally, emotionally, and spiritually debilitating. It leaves a dark, lasting impression on those who view it. These poor workers had to see some of the worst of humanity. I am certain they now are dealing with PTSD, and they should win their lawsuit.

  • Yes, I think so.

    Mental health care is absolutely needed for those in certain careers. There was a study on court reporters that showed that within a year of working in child abuse courts, more than half of them had clinical symptoms of PTSD, just by listening and recording testimony.
    This story is a sad combination American ailments: disregard for mental health, disregard for workers, and the stupid private healthcare system.

  • It is work.

    Every person who ever works for someone else could probably sue for PTSD by the end of their employment. Work is hard. There is no way that every employer can make sure that no employee ever has a bad day at work. Employees are already paid for what they are doing, they don't need to sue on top of it.


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