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Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen to testify before Congress for a second time

What happened to make Frances Haugen simultaneously a hero to both parties in Congress and Mark Zuckerberg’s most dangerous critic? WIRED interviewed her to find out.

A conversation about reforming Section 230 is LONG overdue. Read@cathymcmorris ' and @boblatta ’s statement on Wednesday’s legislative hearing with Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. ⬇️

Watch: Inside Frances Haugen's decision to take on Facebook

England’s new Covid measures still leave clinically vulnerable people out in the cold | Frances Ryan

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen will talk Section 230 before Congress this week by @tayhatmaker 

What happened to make Frances Haugen simultaneously a hero to both parties in Congress and Mark Zuckerberg’s most dangerous critic? WIRED interviewed her to find out.

Today's frosty inspo: Frances McDormand & Steve Buscemi, cuddle close. Photo: Eric Robert, Fargo at Cannes, 1996

England’s new Covid measures still leave clinically vulnerable people out in the cold | Frances Ryan

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I won't stand by while our kids, health, and democracy become collateral damage in the profit game being played by Facebook. I thank Frances Haugen for coming forward to face off with one of the most powerful companies the world has ever known. We hear you. And we have your back.

Facebook, over and over again, has shown it chooses profit over safety,” says Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. She believes the federal government should impose regulations and plans to testify before Congress this week.

Facebook has realized that if they change the algorithm to be safer, people will spend less time on the site, they'll click on less ads, they'll make less money,” says Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen.

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen says political parties have been quoted in Facebook’s own research saying they know Facebook changed its algorithm and “now if [they] don't publish angry, hateful, polarizing… content,” there’s less engagement.

Despite Facebook’s massive reach, former employee turned whistleblower Frances Haugen told 60 Minutes the company does not offer the same safety systems for every language on the platform or country where Facebook is used.

A whistleblower claims Facebook prematurely turned off safeguards designed to thwart misinformation in a moneymaking move that contributed to the deadly invasion of the U.S. Capitol. Former Facebook product manager Frances Haugen spoke on “60 Minutes.”

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, a data scientist who secretly copied thousands of internal documents and leaked them to the WSJ, says Facebook is lying to the public about making significant progress against hate, violence and misinformation.

Whistleblower Frances Haugen is a data scientist from Iowa with a computer engineering degree and a Harvard MBA. She told us the only job she wanted at Facebook was to work against misinformation because she had lost a friend to online conspiracy theories.

In 1933, Frances Perkins made history as the first woman appointed to the US Cabinet. As Secretary of Labor, she helped implement social security, unemployment insurance, and a federal minimum wage. Today, we honor her legacy. #WomensHistoryMonth 

Frances Hakes, former Federal prosecutor, “This is really significant. The FBI had debunked the Steele Dossier in January of 2017, and then even after they did that, even after they knew from the CIA & from their own sources, they knew that Carter Page was not the agent of

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