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Whistleblower Frances Haugen, Facebook Oversight Board to meet in 'coming weeks'
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Former Facebook employee-turned-whistleblower Frances Haugen said Monday that she plans to brief the embattled social media giant’s Oversight Board in the coming days regarding her findings on harm caused by the company’s platforms.
"I have accepted the invitation to brief the Facebook Oversight Board about what I learned while working there," Haugen wrote on Twitter. "Facebook has lied to the board repeatedly, and I am looking forward to sharing the truth with them."
Haugen, a former Facebook product manager, says company executives prioritized profit despite internal research that showed products were causing public harm. She gathered thousands of documents detailing the research and later delivered damning testimony before a Senate panel.
The Facebook Oversight Board confirmed that Haugen would meet with its members "over the coming weeks."
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