Whistleblower Testifies In Senate That Facebook Is Powerful, Morally Bankrupt And In Need Of Government Oversight

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Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen was greeted as a hero by the media and US senators eager to cut Mark Zuckerberg’s behemoth down to size, but all the talk of protecting children seems to be hiding a political agenda.

Fresh off the ‘60 Minutes’ interview on Sunday and sporting a Twitter verification in record time, Haugen testified on Tuesday before a Senate subcommittee chaired by Richard Blumenthal (D-Connecticut).


“Facebook’s products harm children, stoke division, and weaken our democracy,” Haugen told the senators.

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