Facebook’s leadership has long felt that skepticism about any subject, including vaccines, should not be censored in a society that allows robust public debate. The company has also viewed research which shows that people are most likely to have their minds changed by people who they trust, including friends, family, and people in their social network. The company, along with other experts, argue that is a strong reason to allow material that may raise questions to be posted and discussed on the platform.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen tells lawmakers that meaningful reform is necessary ‘for our common good’
John Tye, one of Haugen’s attorneys, noted to CBS that the SEC can shield whistleblowers from retaliation by former employers. According to the SEC, those