Two years ago, Frances Haugen riveted the world by blowing the whistle on Facebook, alleging the social media giant knew its users were using the platform to foment violence—and didn’t take steps to fix these safety issues.
On today’s epsiode of Fraud in America, we sit down with Frances to discuss her background, her 14-year-career in Silicon Valley, and the inner workings of Big Tech, and potential solutions to protect users—and investors.
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“Fraud in America” is produced by Jeb White, James King, and Jacklyn DeMar; research by Kathleen Scanlan and Max Voldman; edited by Rachel Brooks; original music by Connor Kaos.
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