The Facebook whistleblower whose revelations have tipped the social media giant into crisis has launched a stinging new criticism of Mark Zuckerberg, saying he has not shown any readiness to protect the public from the harm his company is causing. Frances Haugen told the Observer that Facebooks founder and chief executive had not displayed a desire to run the company in a way that shields the public from the consequences of harmful content. Her intervention came as pressure mounted on the near...

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