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ctm-Watch live: Facebook whistleblower gives evidence to UK Parliament | DW News



Frances Haugen, the Facebook whistleblower and former product manager at the company, will give evidence to the UK Parliament’s Joint Committee on the draft Online Safety Bill on Monday 25 October.

This follows her testimony to the US Congress on 5 October. It will be the first public evidence she has given in Europe regarding her experiences at the company and her ideas to regulate social media.

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  • Han Choong Wong on November 23, 2021

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  • Dania Sbeih on November 24, 2021

    Are we as a palestinian responsible about the Israeli violence? I don't think that FB company excuses are true or reasonable. Like if I'm posting the daily palestinian news which content Israeli violence against palestinian why should facebook banned me?! doesn't make any sense

  • Taylor Bell on November 25, 2021

    It is incredibly frustrating to hear her opinions on how to fix Facebook and what Facebook is doing wrong rather than answer the question or even stay on topic from the content in which the question was asked.

  • nalle karhu on November 26, 2021

    I only use youtube, people who use Facebook really need to get a goddamn life.

  • Mike Norledge on November 27, 2021

    Frances, the blonde woman speaking, has so much more intelligence than her interviewees, Frances is the most intelligent person that I have ever listened to in my whole life .. btw we are all addicted to Facecrack

  • CANTDOANYTHINGABOUTIT on November 27, 2021

    She’s a self serving liar. Be sure to buy her book coming out in 2022

  • Paul Gibbons on November 27, 2021

    Killing free speech and alternative perspective one nail at a time.
    We are in a technological dictatorship. Controlling how we think and interact. Wake up and smell the coffee.

  • Paul Gibbons on November 27, 2021

    The predisposition towards English is broadly in line with the biblical story about the Tower of Babbel.
    It is stated that God confused our languages so the babylonians could not oppose God.

  • Andres B on November 27, 2021

    The UK is outdated to our american freedom. Rule your citizens leave the world alone.

  • Peach on November 27, 2021

    This whistleblower is probably a certified genius. It's such a privilege to listen to her.

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    Men sitting behind the blonde speaking: ("uh oh, she's WAY smarter than me")

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    Rough understanding: Impose liability on "moderators". (side example: Deutsche Bank and financial interactions with former President Tr***). "Privacy": nothing is private if corporate entities have cart Blanche access to your "personalized" statistical data… medical data notwithstanding (to wit: "top secret" CIA drone operations against Taliban targets: It ain't no secret for the Taliban) FWIW, EU regulation has already imposed "de-listing" rules for Google…. Can I demand that ALL collected data be purged from their databases… as if I never existed… associated "fine print" clauses in "user agreements" must be expunged…. As with U.S. Postal System Federal Law, the FCC can impose these measure… Federal Privacy Act notwithstanding.

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    Didn't Australia already exact concessions from some of the "social media" platforms?? (through a relatively brutal crackdown); Globally, nations are not necessarily bound by American corporate interpretations of "free speech"… a parade of implementing nations can serve as a "braking/moderating effect".

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    Hazards for teen-agers: subscribers are not allowed to subscribe until their Frontal Cortex is fully developed. (AFAIK, valid credit cards were a means to affirm access to "adult content".

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    Afterthought: this should be required viewing for High School social studies courses (i.e. prior to full development of frontal cortexes)…. where note-taking is required, for submission… not as "home work" but as actual, contemporaneous notes… additional notes/commentary, after second viewing, may be submitted for "extra credit".

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    This interview should be submitted to the U.S. CDC (if not the WHO)… for action/remedial measures…. (EU legislation can also be a means for remedies)

  • njgamer on November 27, 2021

    what about kyle rittenhouse and the news

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    Fazit: if social media doesn't fix these problems, somebody else will, for them… and they may not like the results.

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    "what would cause F/B executives to be more accountable…": by enforcing accountability; threats of financial cost (i.e. financial culpability)… and/or incarceration (liability for the body-count of devastation wrought)… trace the trajectory of the tobacco industry and/or fossil fuel industry.

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    If an industry is specifically engineered for social impact, it is the right of the Citizens of the nation to define the parameters (not marketing, lawyers, etc.)… to wit: advertising porno or cigarettes on broadcast TV… i.e. The FCC…. DOT also requires seatbelts, catalytic converters… and can inhibit drunk driving

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    Civil litigation regarding teen suicide; as minors cannot legally enter into a EULA contract.

  • john hopkins on November 27, 2021

    "…huge companies that government has never dealt with before…": comprehend that "huge" companies are operating within the parameters established by government… purportedly, "the will of the people"

  • john hopkins on November 28, 2021

    Corporations engaging in a contractual agreement (aka EULA) with a minor child, without parental/legal guardian consent should be a felony….i.e. burden of proof lies with said corporate entity…. failure thereof is a positive defense, for said legal guardian.

  • john hopkins on November 28, 2021

    "Intent": did the fossil fuel industry "intend" to devastate the environment by dumping trillions of tons of byproducts into your planet? intent is irrelevant… hard facts are not.
    FWIW, what percentage of harmful substances dispersed is the original Crude oil? Said industry was fully aware, decades ago, of the environmental impact of the use of their products.

  • Danny THE Dog on November 28, 2021

    This opened my eyes on censorship and regulation. Issues across the board of big social platforms and their effects of humanity are much wider and deeper, than discussed here though.
    It seems paradoxal, but it's not anymore about regulating humans, but regulating AI, which regulates humans.

  • Audio Maverick on November 28, 2021

    The scary thing is… The algorithm is giving people what they want. Welcome to humanity.

  • ye yuan on November 28, 2021

    It’s a US FIRM, you fkers dare to do anything, hhehhehhhhhh.

  • Noël Lucia on November 28, 2021

    Brilliant person, it's a delight to listen to her.

  • HourLearn on November 29, 2021

    Meta means death in Hebrew. Not only is Facebook a coverer of Truth, it is quilty of racist oppression. How The Big z can look in the mirror and not become red-faced is a testiment to how well his makeup covers his reality. Intension is to Spirit like marrow is to bone. Regardless of how many times a mass murdererer changes his name, it is impossible to escape from yourSelf. Time is the greatest of all snitches. Time will tell because Time must tell. "Company before country." ~ Mark Zuckerberg

  • Bes G on November 29, 2021

    Facebook is responsible for the surge of extremism and even acts of violence. Its a shame such a company is allowed to exist.

  • Art+team Beverly on November 30, 2021

    When we put on family photos we get more response and more views but if we put on something that is debatable or a or seem like a troublemaker you get no response and before you know it Facebook then will block you

  • Shardana74 on December 1, 2021

    this is distressing to listen to

  • Maryiam Boc on December 1, 2021

    Thanks WOW, WATCH PASTORS PERSPECTIVE FEBRUARY 23, 2021 you Will Smile 😀❤️💖💙

  • First-class reporting DW! Keep up the great work. 👍👍👍

  • Ligma on December 2, 2021

    she is so intelligent.

  • andrew tungsk on December 2, 2021

    Can Social Media not be trusted to do its own censorship ?

  • John McEntegart on December 3, 2021

    Duh. You people are like Bozo the Clown Circus.

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