To avoid another case Frances Haugen, Facebook has decided to make some conversations between employees private.
According to the New York Times, he did this by intervening within the Workplace, the professional social networking platform.
Here, employees of the American company, as well as those of other companies, by paying a fee, open special profiles and can organize additional work and activities, through single or group conversations and write on the message boards, which simulate organizing teams.
“Leaks reduce the efficiency and morale of teams working every day to address the challenges of running a platform for billions of people.” They can also put employees at risk who deal with sensitive issues. “They lead to misinterpretation or misunderstanding of complex topics,” explains a Facebook post.
Meanwhile, the testimony of Frances Haugen continues before other bodies, after the hearing in the US Senate.
The former Facebook employee will speak on October 25 in a committee of the British Parliament and on November 8 in the European Union.
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