NY Times, Story by Brad Stone

Workers at Telecommunications On Demand view photos that have been stripped of information about the users who posted them. Rapidly cycling through pages of 300 images each, they are asked to flag material that is obviously pornographic or violent, illegal in a certain country or deemed inappropriate by specific Web site. With the rise of Web sites built around material submitted by users, screeners have never been in grater demand. Some Internet firms have tried to get by with software that scan photos for, say, a large area of flesh tones, but nothing is a substitute for a discerning human eye.