Facebook whistleblower says social media giant fuels violent unrest | The World

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Former Facebook employee-turned-whistleblower, Frances Haugen has told a UK parliamentary committee that the company fuels violent unrest around the world, because of the way its algorithms are designed to promote divisive content.

Charles Arthur is the author of ‘Social Warming: The Dangerous and Polarising Effects of Social Media”.

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