Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Denies Allegations By Whistleblower Frances Haugen

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On Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally broke his silence after the former Facebook employee Frances Haugen testified before a U.S. Senate committee. Haugen, known as the Facebook whistleblower, told Senators Tuesday that the social media platform consistently put profit over the safety of the users, letting its algorithms continue to harm individuals, especially child users. After remaining silent for a day after her testimony, the Facebook CEO posted a lengthy statement on Facebook, rebutting the claims made by his former employee. “At the heart of these accusations is this idea t…

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