The European Parliament will invite Frances Haugen to speak to the chamber on November 8.
MEPs agreed to ask Haugen, a former Facebook employee who accused the company of not doing enough to mitigate the harms done on its platform, to present her findings to the Parliament, where lawmakers are currently working on a content moderation bill known as the Digital Services Act.
Haugen has not yet confirmed if she will attend.
Haugen is the main source for a series of articles on the company, published by the Wall Street Journal, which suggest that Facebook knowingly pushed products that allowed human trafficking and hurt children’s self-esteem.
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