17 news agencies reviewed Facebook documents leaked from Frances Haugen by whistleblower Frances Haugen.
Monday's reports were based on the Facebook Papers and published by the organizations in a frenzy.
These topics include Facebook's declining popularity among teens and failures to address hate speech.
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On Monday, 17 US news agencies announced that they had reviewed internal documents leaked by Frances Haugen.
The reports covered a broad range of topics at the company, including its declining popularity among teens, its ability counter hate speech and its treatment towards politicians.
The Wall Street Journal previously covered some of the documents that were internal to the news organizations.
These stories reveal new information about Facebook and are available here:
Bloomberg and The Verge published internal documents that showed Facebook was losing popularity with teens and trying desperately to regain it.
According to The Financial Times, Facebook employees asked management not make exceptions for celebrities and politicians.
The New York Times published internal documents that showed how the company wrestled with the decision of whether to keep or remove the "like" button and the "share" button.
The Washington Post quoted three sources that Mark Zuckerberg signed off on the Vietnamese government's censorship demands.
Politico published documents from Facebook that appeared to show the company’s market dominance research.
The Associated Press published documents from Facebook that showed how Facebook's lack of language-specific moderation prevents it properly addressing moderation issues such as terrorism and hate speech.
NBC reported internal debates among employees and disillusionment about whether the company had done enough to combat hate speech and misinformation.
This is an ongoing story...