INTERNET: The organization will create an open source database to document legal and ethical violations of the main platforms and identify solutions
Engineer and former Facebook employee Frances Haugen, who last year leaked embarrassing internal documents from the social media giant, has announced the launch of an organization to clean up social media.
Entitled “Beyond the screen”, this NGO “will focus on concrete solutions to help users regain control of their social media experience,” the whistleblower stated in a press release.
Propose “tangible solutions” to users
Its goal is to provide users with “tangible solutions” to help them take control of their use of the Platforms. “Social media can enable us to perform at our best, and that’s what Beyond the Screen will work for,” she added.
According to the press release, the organization will create an open source database to document legal and ethical violations of major platforms and identify solutions.
Frances Haugen made a name for herself a year ago by leaking more than 20,000 pages of internal Facebook documents and hammering before several parliaments that the social network put profits before the safety of its users (…) Read more in 20 minutes
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