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Hours after Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testified before Congress about how the social network poses a danger to children and democracy, Mark Zuckerberg took to the platform he built and posted a 1,300-word screed trying to undermine her. ...
Facebook has faced mounting pressure from Congressional lawmakers due to a series of scandals regarding its business practices in recent years, but the negative publicity hasn’t prevented the social media giant from generating massive revenue. ...
New York Times tech reporter Cecilia Kang discusses Facebook whistleblower Cecilia Kang's testimony before Congress on the dangers the platform presents to kids. ...
Following the testimony of far-left Facebook "whistleblower" Frances Haugen before Congress, the social media giant has called for lawmakers to impose "standard rules" across the internet. ...

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