On Friday, Project Veritas released another insider video, this time from a Facebook insider, in which the social media giant expressed anxiety about whistleblowers disclosing information. They’ve been trying for a long time to disclose Facebook’s inner workings.
The video shows CEO Mark Zuckerberg and top executive Heidi Swartz discussing former Facebook employee and whistleblower Morgan Kahmann, as well as what they plan to do about the matter.
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“We have zero tolerance when we find leakers, which we do frequently.” As a result, they’ll be fired… We’re also looking into other potential leakers and expect to take action in those cases as well. We’re also working on collaborating.
Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook needs to "find" and "terminate" any employees who leak information, adding that they have become "very good" at rooting out those who do. pic.twitter.com/gpuVBzxLNt
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On the video, Heidi Swartz, Facebook VP, Deputy General Counsel, Employment Law and Investigations, stated: “Last week, Project Veritas produced a video claiming to have discovered a new global campaign to conceal vaccine concerns. It was based on leaked documents describing a health integrity program that we have in place to combat vaccine apprehension by taking a hard line against vaccination misinformation. This isn’t a new initiative. This is a program that we’ve gladly promoted on our blog.”
She claimed 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 employees, such as names and “org charts.” She claimed that the names of these employees were also disclosed on camera, and that once names are out there, it’s difficult for Facebook to control what happens to them.
“”I know some people here believe there are good leaks and bad leaks,” Swartz explained, “but they’re all harmful and not the correct method to bring about change.”
“They [leakers] posed a danger to our open culture, and, as Mark [Zuckerberg] put it, they made it more difficult for us to fulfill our objectives. T