Facebook has been under the negative spotlight for some time now and recently, according to The New York Times, the company has instructed its employees to preserve all internal documents and communications since 2016 for legal reasons. This new policy followed the recent leak of internal documentation.

The social media giant was scrutinized earlier this month when a former product manager, Frances Haugen, told Congress that the company was allegedly aware that it inflicted harm on the mental health of teenagers, but did not do much to prevent content promoting hate and division, putting profit over users’ safety instead.

M ark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO has dismissed the accusations, saying the company cares deeply about issues like safety, well-being and mental health.

Facebook: Can't live with it, can't live without it. For now.

As you are probably aware, we’re currently the focus of extensive media coverage based on a swath of internal documents,” Facebook’s email to employees said, as quoted by the newspaper. “As is often the case following this kind of reporting, a number of inquiries from governments and legislative bodies have been launched into the company’s operations.”

In the leaked documents, Facebook specialists discussed ways to fix different issues related to some of the company’s products over the years, the report highlighted. Those communications showed that they were trying to mitigate the negative impact of bad actors, who used Facebook’s features for their own purposes, it added.

T he new policy does not require specific actions so far, but the company urged employees to avoid discussing or posting about it on Workplace, Facebook’s internal communication board, the report added.

From : pk.mashable.com

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