Frances Haugen

The social network's response raises questions about whether the company prioritized controversy and division over the health of its users.
A new report revealed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was “personally involved” in reinstating a false anti-abortion video after Republican politicians complained about its deletion.
The social media network's net income grew 17% in the July-September period to $9.19 billion, buoyed by strong advertising revenue, up from $7.85 billion a year ago.
Frances Haugen's testimony before Congress signaled that the era of the Big Tech whistleblower has most definitely arrived.
Aidy Bryant's Ted Cruz wanted to know how to shut down "toxic, extremist" Facebook groups like "Ted Cruz Sucks."
Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee, talked about how the company has lied about making progress on stopping violence and disinformation.
Haugen, who worked on Facebook's civic misinformation team, secretly copied thousands of internal documents before leaving the company in May.