Lush's UK operation announced in 2019 it would shut down some social media, but says it returned in 2020 as the pandemic drove customers indoors.
Meta, formerly Facebook, has canceled some company presentations and slowed the release of internal research, per The Verge.
Two whistleblowers' drive to speak out about their time at the social network raise the question: How many employees still there feel similarly?
The bill introduced by House lawmakers would force social media companies to offer an "unmanipulated" version of their service.
Meta experienced a 5% drop in public trust after the rebrand, according to a Harris Brand Platform report, per Fast Company.
"Facebook Files" whistleblower Frances Haugen said it's "unlikely" Facebook will stop prioritizing profit and expansion with Zuckerberg in charge.
In a farewell note, a former employee said Facebook shouldn't solve human problems with engineering solutions, according to the Facebook Papers.
Internal Facebook documents suggest the tech company struggles to identify posts containing COVID-19 vaccine misinformation and hesitancy online.
The FTC has been in touch with Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen's team, a source told The Wall Street Journal.
The reports, based on Facebook documents leaked by the whistleblower Frances Haugen, ramp up the pressure on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen told UK lawmakers that the company incentivized poor behaviour, leading "good people" to "bad actions."
Facebook plans to hire 10,000 people to build the "metaverse," and Frances Haugen told UK lawmakers it should invest the money in safety instead.
Frances Haugen said Facebook's ad pricing was partially based on how likely users are to interact with it. Facebook was "subsidizing hate," she said.
Facebook's $9.2 billion profit in the third quarter is up from $7.8 billion last year. Most of its earnings come from ad revenue, which rose 33% from last year.
Facebook pushed a new user toward groups for the far-right conspiracy theory QAnon within days of her joining the platform, reported documents show.
Facebook employees repeatedly urged Zuckerberg to stop bending the rules for "powerful political actors," memos leaked by the whistleblower reveal.
"For the foreseeable future, I'm fine, because I did buy crypto at the right time," Frances Haugen told The New York Times.