- WORLD NET DAILY - Joseph Lord - COMENTÁRIO CÉSAR TONHEIRO - OCT 5, 2021 -
O Subcomitê do Senado para Proteção ao Consumidor, Segurança de Produtos e Segurança de Dados ouviu na terça-feira o testemunho da denunciante do Facebook, Frances Haugen, ex-funcionária da gigante da tecnologia. Em uma rara demonstração de bipartidarismo, um bloco de republicanos e democratas se uniu para exigir ações contra a empresa.
The Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Data Security heard testimony Tuesday from Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, a former employee of the tech giant. In a rare show of bipartisanship, a bloc of Republicans and Democrats joined together to demand action against the company.
Haugen, who used to work as a lead product manager for Facebook’s civic misinformation team, came before the Senate to discuss the company’s internal practices, with special emphasis placed on the ways that these practices disproportionately affect children.
Haugen explained, “I’m here today because I believe Facebook’s products harm children, stoke division, and weaken our democracy.”
She added, “I believe in the potential of Facebook, we can have social media we enjoy, that connects us without tearing apart our democracy, putting our children in danger, and sowing ethnic violence around the world. We can do better.”
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