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Jill Filipovic writes that former Facebook's employee Frances Haugen's testimony about the social media giant before Congress Tuesday was "damning" and it reiterated accusations that have been heard for a long time. "The question now is whether American politicians will stand up to one of the most powerful companies in the world, or whether they'll continue to allow Facebook to rake in profits at the expense of the public -- because many of them benefit from the misinformation campaigns Facebook ...
The company said the problem arose Monday when Facebook engineers were trying to do routine maintenance on a data center. ...
New York Times contributor Kara Swisher and former Congresswoman (D-MD) Donna Edwards react to whistleblower France Haugen’s congressional testimony and explain how Facebook spreads such high levels of disinformation ...
The far-left Facebook whistleblower who recently testified before Congress reportedly spent her final days at the company openly sifting through Mark Zuckerberg's internal social network collecting sensitive documents, and no one at the firm appeared to notice. ...

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