Project Veritas Receives Insider Tape Exposing How Mark Zuckerberg Will Deal With Facebook Whistleblowers
On Friday, Project Veritas posted another insider video, this time from a Facebook insider, in which the social media giant indicated concerns about whistleblowers exposing material They’ve been trying for a long time to unveil Facebook’s inner workings.
The video shows CEO Mark Zuckerberg and VP, Deputy General Counsel Employment Law, Heidi Swartz addressing former Facebook employee and whistleblower Morgan Kahmann, but also what they plan to do about the situation.
On the video, Heidi Swartz, Facebook VP, Deputy General Counsel, Employment Law and Investigations, stated, “Project Veritas released a video last week alleging that they had uncovered a new effort to censor vaccine concerns globally. It was based on leaked documents about a health integrity program that we have in place that combats vaccine hesitancy by taking a hard stance against vaccine information—misinformation. This isn’t a new effort. This is a program we’ve proudly spoken about publicly in our blog.”
She said that the leakers gave Project Veritas the records because they didn’t agree with the company’s direction, but that they also revealed personal information about other staff, such as names and “org charts.”
She said that the identities of these workers were also disclosed on camera, and that once identities are out there, it’s difficult for Facebook to control what happens to them.
“You know—when people leak stuff, do we find them? I’ve been clear that we have a number of efforts to find people and we terminate people and pursue the recourse that we have when we identify them. In this [Project Veritas] case, we did find them,” Zuckerberg said.
Video posted from Project Veritas Youtube page below:
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