Final Up to date: September 25, 2022, 11:24 IST
(Reuters) – Fb whistleblower Frances Haugen is launching a nonprofit group that may search options to harms created by social media, she stated on Thursday.
The previous product supervisor at Fb, since renamed Meta Platforms, made headlines final yr after popping out because the supply of 1000’s of leaked inside paperwork, which she stated detailed the social media firm’s failures to guard teen women on Instagram and clamp down on vaccine misinformation.
Fb has constantly stated it disagrees with Haugen’s characterization.
Her nonprofit, Past the Display screen, will create an open database to doc ways in which Huge Tech firms are failing their “moral obligations to society” and description potential options, in response to a press launch.
It’ll associate with Mission Liberty, a company working to construct a brand new working protocol for social networking, and Widespread Sense Media, which advocates for protected media content material for teenagers.