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Facebook whistleblower says social media giant is harming children and the world

Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen, who recently revealed herself to be the source of a trove of leaked internal documents that demonstrated the company's awareness of problems plaguing the platform, testified before Congress on Tuesday on what she described as the urgent need for the federal government to exercise oversight over the social media giant. Here is the latest.

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    Facebook whistleblower tells Congress social network is 'accountable to no one'

    Facebook whistleblower tells Congress social network is 'accountable to no one'

    “As long as Facebook is operating in the dark, it is accountable to no one,” Frances Haugen will say, according to prepared remarks.

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