Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen has shared her extreme concerns on Metaverse

Facebook's Metaverse, a virtual reality version of the internet that privacy problems have marred for years, is now on its way to becoming a more realistic possibility. With Facebook facing significant backlash due to CEO Mark Zuckerberg announcing his company's latest plan just last month after being publicly accused from within and outside their walls over Haugen's revelations about this project coming true beforehand - it seems as if they finally have nothing left up to their sleeves when people start pressing them harder than ever before!

It's no secret that Facebook wants to know everything there is to know about you. This includes what people are saying, where they go in their day-to-day lives, and how long they spend on company property, for example, through the use of microphones or sensors that monitor team member behavior without them knowing it! But if this becomes a reality - don't worry because Mark Zuckerberg has said he will always have our safety as a priority, so at least one thing won't change: We'll still be able to choose whether or not your employer can access some information from work-related posts made on social media sites such as Metaverse.

According to a former Facebook engineer who leaked thousands of internal documents, Facebook should have been more aware of the dangers it posed to democracy and teens.

The ex-worker claims she was looking out for his company when she released these secret papers because they revealed how vulnerable our society has become due to social media use by people worldwide - especially children. She says there are ways we can prevent future risks like leaking sensitive data or censoring opposing viewpoints but instead, Mark Zuckerberg's team continues down its path "blinded" with 26 billion dollars at stake!

Haugen, a 37-year old data scientist and former intelligence contractor identified in early October as the primary source of explosive reports by Wall Street Journal Investigation, reveals she has coped with public exposure since then.

I have been lucky enough to move back home because there are so many lockdown precautions being taken against Covid-19 illnesses." She added that despite receiving countless hours of counseling from her mother last year after identifying herself publicly on TV - where this story first broke - Hauge says, "My family also gave me support when I needed it most during my job undercover overseas again!"

The Meta data center company has reported profits of $9 billion for the July-September quarter. As you can see from this example it is not just about making sure that there are funds available but also someone who understands how to use them.

H/T: AP /Virginia Mayo

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