Whistleblower Frances Haugen says Facebook makes 'disastrous' choices, prioritizes profit.' Follow for live updates as she testifies before Congress. A Facebook whistleblower who raised alarms about several of the company's business practices is testifying before a subcommittee after a series of incriminating revelations about the company. Source 1y
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She is really brave for willing to go against the FB giant and all that will probably come with that. I do wonder if the morality of what FB was doing was her only motive?
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Facebook whistleblower testifies before British Parliament. After former employee Frances Haugen leaked internal documents and testified before Congress that Facebook and its properties “harm children, stoke division, weaken our democracy and much more," more political fallout could come for the social media giant Monday. That's when Haugen will testify before the British Parliament and further explain why she leaked the documents that provide a rare glimpse into the decisions made at Facebook that affect nearly 3 billion users worldwide. Also, the company will release its third-quarter earnings, where more scrutiny may rain down from some investors worried about what happens next to Facebook, which was valued at more than $900 billion last Friday. Source 3g.