Facebook whistleblower pulls back the curtain on alleged misdeeds

Frances Haugen explained how Facebook knew it was hurting society but did little to change its practices.

In this photo illustration, the Facebook and Instagram apps are seen on the screen of an iPhone. A whistleblower is accusing the social media giant of putting profits over people.
In this photo illustration, the Facebook and Instagram apps are seen on the screen of an iPhone. A whistleblower is accusing the social media giant of putting profits over people. Getty Images
In this photo illustration, the Facebook and Instagram apps are seen on the screen of an iPhone. A whistleblower is accusing the social media giant of putting profits over people.
In this photo illustration, the Facebook and Instagram apps are seen on the screen of an iPhone. A whistleblower is accusing the social media giant of putting profits over people. Getty Images

Facebook whistleblower pulls back the curtain on alleged misdeeds

Frances Haugen explained how Facebook knew it was hurting society but did little to change its practices.

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen says the social media giant knew it was hurting society but did little to change its practices.

Reset breaks down Haugen’s recent Congressional testimony and the changes she’s calling for.

GUEST: Will Oremus, Washington Post technology writer