Fairly saucy wench here

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen has delivered her strongest call yet for Mark Zuckerberg to step down as chief executive of his social media empire, saying the business will be better off with a leader who focuses on user safety.

Frances Haugen said Facebook’s parent company, rebranded Meta last week, is unlikely to change if its founder remains in charge. Speaking at the Web Summit in Lisbon, the former Facebook employee, who has leaked tens of thousands of internal documents detailing the company’s struggles with user safety and misinformation, also criticised Zuckerberg’s “unconscionable” decision to invest in its metaverse concept instead of focusing on fixing its current problems.

Mid-level exec ( and in 2019, she became a product manager in the Facebook civic integrity department.) knows how to run company better than CEO and founder.

Well, maybe she does but we’d probably like to see a little more proof of that other than woke confirmation bias.

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  1. ’Haugen added that her actions were driven by a belief that Facebook needed to change in order to save lives. “I genuinely believe that there are a million, or maybe 10 million lives on the line in the next 20 years, and compared to that nothing really feels like a real consequence.”

    She’s mad.

  2. She is leftist scum. With all his cash Zuckers should arrange a beating for her and any bodyguards dumb enough to take the job.

    Wouldn’t solve the legal bullshit but looking at her ugly & bashed -up mug would give the Zuck a smile.

    And I say that as someone who hates Zucker’s leftist guts.

  3. It would be interesting to know whose funding Mx Haugen’s fantasy tirade. It ain’t coming out of her own pocketbook, that’s for sure.

    Is this one of the investors who thinks getting rid of the Zuk could improve his share value?

  4. Given that the Facebook share price has gone up 173% in the last 5 years, it would take above average greed to want to do better

  5. As we discussed a week oor two back, the popularity of any social media app is ephemeral. Nobody, well, no user, is invested in something that they use incidentally, for amusement. To some extent they are fashion goods and moving on to the new fashion is baked in.

  6. “She’s mad.“

    No, she just hopes enough people are thick enough not to see through this nonsense. On which note…

    “It would be interesting to know whose funding Mx Haugen’s fantasy tirade. It ain’t coming out of her own pocketbook, that’s for sure.”

    Oh, that’s easy: Facebook. Indirectly and possibly only in part, but she’s a plant, a sockpuppet. So she’s calling for Zuck’s head? Yeah, he’s just rebranded it all. He’s probably had enough of a spotlight he never really seemed to want in the first place and intends to step down to pursue all that virtual reality stuff the company’s inexplicably involved in.

    “As we discussed a week oor two back, the popularity of any social media app is ephemeral.”

    Which is precisely why Facebook wants regulation to stifle the upstarts. The regulators are willing to listen because it represents an opportunity to silence opposition. So, up pops an executive-level “whistleblower” who immediately receives a Congressional hearing and an audience with the EU, spouting this garbage in an attempt to justify it all. And the legacy media happily report it unchallenged because they want to see the competition taken down a peg or two.

    Meanwhile, people who release information about Facebook’s suppression of “right-wing” opinion remain anonymous, in fear of their future careers.

    “[i]n 2019, she became a product manager in the Facebook civic integrity department.”

    Which is group that banned the New York Post from the site for daring to report the contents of Hunter Biden’s lost laptop. During an election. One of her complaints is that it was shut down afterwards.

    So yeah, maybe she is a bit dim and doesn’t realise the purpose of it. Don’t worry love, there’ll be another “civic integrity unit” along in a couple of years or so.

  7. “saying the business will be better off with a leader who focuses on user safety.”

    I don’t believe that anyone really gives that much of a toss. My experience is sharing stuff with friends and a couple of local groups.

    I’m sure that a few girls get a hard time from bitchy girls at school on social media, but it’s not like girls being bitches to girls at school is a new thing, is it? At least with social media you can block them if you don’t like them.

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