Report Alleges Facebook Didn’t Fix Systems that Allow Human Traffickers to Recruit Victims on the Platform

In case you missed it, Facebook is not having the best few weeks, and now its alleged weak response to human traffickers on the platform has come to light.

Since 2016, the company has faced a series of accusations ranging from improper use of users’ data to more serious claims that they are actively undermining democracy.

Most recently, the public’s attention has been on whistleblower Frances Haugen, a former product manager at Facebook who asserts that the tech giant prioritizes profit over implementing safeguards. Of particular concern for many is the potential effect of platforms—especially Instagram, which is owned by

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