noun noun: whistleblower a person who informs on a person or organization engaged in an illicit activity.
Did this product manager (or whatever role she filled) tell you anything revealing regarding Facebook? Is she REALLY a whistleblower? Her 2 years as a product manager didn't reveal anything (TO ME) that made me dislike social media PERIOD any less than I do already. With all the controversy that's surrounded Mr. Zuckerberg, the public has probly more 'evidence' than anything. So what really just happened in this interview cause it looks like NOTHING.
1. "Planted story to cover up the real reason they went offline" In response to Reply # 0 Wed Oct-06-21 07:29 AM by flipnile
Probably had all sorts of code related to how Facebook manipulates the flow of information through their network that needed to be removed.
While it's their private platform, and they can technically do what they want with it, manipulating information might bright about some legal troubles, based on if they are operating as a platform or a publisher: