Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is launching a nonprofit that will seek to address allegations made by social mediashe said Thursday.
Since changing its name to Meta Platforms, Facebook’s former product manager made headlines last year after she became the source of thousands of leaked internal documents she said detailed the social media company’s failure to protect teenage girls on Instagram and fight vaccines error message.
Facebook has consistently said it disagrees with Haugen’s description.
Her nonprofit Beyond the Screen will create an open database to document the ways in which big tech companies have failed to meet their “moral obligations to society” and outline possible solutions, according to a press release.
It will work with Project Liberty, an organization working to establish a new operating agreement for the social network, and Common Sense Media, which advocates for child-safe media content.