Fact-checking Zuckerberg's statement defending company
Following congressional testimony from whistleblower Frances Haugen, in a Facebook post Tuesday night the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, pushed back against Haugen's allegations that the tech giant is hiding research about its shortcomings from investors and the public.
In a 1,300-word statement, Zuckerberg defended Facebook's services and, appealing to its employees, suggested that both their work and the company as a whole were being misrepresented.
Here's a look at what Zuckerberg claimed and what we know.
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