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During much-anticipated testimony Tuesday before the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen repeatedly pointed outside of the country for examples of how the social network could be used to dangerous ends -- so much so that lawmakers wondered during the hearing if they should meet to specifically discuss national security concerns. ...
Things are going so horribly wrong for Facebook that its technological meltdown almost provided a respite—except that it made everyone even angrier. ...
NBC News senior Capitol Hill correspondent Garrett Haake discusses the latest as the Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testifies.  ...
The ex-employee challenging the social network giant with 2.8 billion users worldwide and nearly $1 trillion in market value is a 37-year-old data expert from Iowa. ...

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