Facebook’s latest effort to curtail leaks immediately leaked | Engadget

The company is making some internal groups private, and will remove employees whose work isnt related to safety and security, according to the report. And employees themselves often take to its internal communication platform, Workplace, to discuss controversial issues facing the company.But now the social network is moving away from that openness. In addition to the Senate hearing last week, Haugen is expected to brief the select committee investigating the Jan. 6th insurrection, as well as European lawmakers investigating the company. According to The New York Times, Facebook is limiting access to some internal groups that deal with sensitive issues like safety and elections. The SEC also appears to be investigating her claims.Please enter a valid email address Facebook is ramping up its fight against leakers following the disclosures of whistleblower Frances Haugen.
Facebook is ramping up its fight against leakers following the disclosures of whistleblower Frances Haugen. According to The New York Times, Facebook is limiting access to some internal groups that… [+1990 chars]