Whistleblower Frances Haugen told a U.S. Senate subcommittee that Facebook is “morally bankrupt” and in need of regulation and independent oversight. Haugen said, “There is nobody currently holding Zuckerberg accountable but himself.”

Frances Haugen is Smart. Forthright. Trustworthy. A Powerful combination.

The Register » Facebook far too consumed by greed to make itself less harmful to society, whistleblower tells Congress

The Guardian » Facebook harms children and is damaging democracy, claims whistleblower

The Guardian » ‘Moral bankruptcy’: whistleblower offers scathing assessment of Facebook

MIT Technology Review » The Facebook whistleblower says its algorithms are dangerous. Here’s why.

Mother Jones » The Facebook Whistleblower Doesn’t Have the Solution

The Verge » Facebook runs the coward’s playbook to smear the whistleblower

NPR » Here are 4 key points from the Facebook whistleblower’s testimony on Capitol Hill

  • Haugen was an insider, making her a powerful critic
  • Research shows Facebook coveted young users, despite health concerns
  • Democrats and Republicans actually are united on regulating Facebook
  • Haugen says Facebook broke the law

Fortune » Whistleblower to Senate: Facebook is ‘morally bankrupt’ and ‘disastrous’ for democracy

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AP » Ex-Facebook manager criticizes company, urges more oversight