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Watch Live: Facebook whistleblower gives evidence to British officials ahead of 'online harms' vote

A Facebook whistleblower will give evidence to a committee of British MPs ahead of major new laws to tackle online abuse. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.

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A Facebook whistleblower will give evidence to a committee of British MPs ahead of major new laws to tackle online abuse. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.

A Facebook whistleblower will give evidence to a committee of British MPs ahead of major new laws to tackle online abuse. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.

.The parliamentary committee is charged with examing the British government's"Online Harms Bill" which aims to shift more responsibility onto social media firms for harmful content on their platforms - and punishing them if they fail to tackle it.

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Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest...04:45 AM EDTBritish civil servants 'leaking new regulations' to former colleague who work at Facebook - reportsParts of the British government's plans to regulate social media giants is being leaked by civil servants to former colleagues who now work at Facebook, according to a

report in the Times newspaper this morning.A senior Facebook employee recently raised an issue about possible new laws in a meeting - divulging details that only a few officials knew about at the time.Whitehall civil servants are allegedly giving information to Facebook workers about potential regulation of social media platforms headtopics.com

Dan Kitwood/Getty Images04:13 AM EDT'Facebook fails to act': Indian political party accuses platform of failing to tackle misinformationThe Congress party said the ruling BJP party in the country was using"fake news and hate speech" to"manipulate voters and incite violence".

It criticized Facebook, suggesting it is failing to act to tackle harmful posts. Read more: Newsweek »

Parents charged in Michigan school shooting returning to town, attorney says

The suspected gunman, 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley, allegedly used his father's semi-automatic handgun in Tuesday's shooting.

'whistleblower' When you're fellating the regime, you're not blowing a whistle. Where is your inclusion of the Billionaire behind her, EBAY funds her, along with SOROS group among other Lefty groups. Just to be both fair, and accurate. BTC

Breitbart And Other Conservative Publishers Get ‘Special Treatment’: Here’s What The ‘Facebook Papers’ Allege So FarMisinformation Free-For-All And A ‘Tepid’ Response To Capitol Riots: Here’s What The ‘ Facebook Papers’ Allege So Far

Facebook whistleblower documents offer new revelations about Jan. 6 responseInternal documents offer new insight into Facebook and the Jan. 6 riot in Washington, D.C. What does this all mean? Absolutely nothing No one cares.

What’s so super about super foods?Manufacturers claim they make us live longer and healthier lives. Bee Wilson chews over the evidence Axie coin

Fmr. Zuckerberg mentor Roger McNamee: Facebook “lost sight” of legal linesNew documents from Facebook whistleblowers detail the extent of Facebook ’s knowledge about the harm “If our system was working properly, Congress would be passing laws right now for safety, for privacy, and for antitrust,” says Roger McNamee, author of “Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe”. Without “safeguards of any kind,” Facebook takes ideas “from the fringes and drive them into the mainstream.” good luck Fox, OAN ect. are just as bad propaganda & radicalizing, when will they be held accountable? But... just like FB, the US gov't...

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UK's Sunak says inflation, rates feed into budget thinkingBritish finance minister Rishi Sunak said on Sunday that the outlook for interest rates and inflation will feed into his thinking ahead of next week's annual budget. Sunak should decrease fuel duty which is a major factor in the inflation rate. As the price of fuel is high anyway this should not lead to decreased revenues. In fact it could help hard pressed households, business and increase Government revenues. Corrupt Conservatives! ToriesOut