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It expanded its definition of what it considers to be harassment under its policy after speaking with stakeholders about their personal experiences.
Facebook is making some discussion groups private, The Times said. It came a week after a whistleblower, Frances Haugen, testified before Congress.
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A draft ruling from Ireland’s privacy regulator would require Facebook to change how it informs users about its data processing but disregards complaints that the social-media giant needs to obtain ...
Facebook whistleblower Sophie Zhang will give evidence to British lawmakers on Oct. 18. It comes days after another Facebook whistleblower, Francis Haugen, agreed to testify in the U.K. Haugen gave ...