A couple years ago, data engineer Frances Haugen blew the whistle on Facebook, disclosing thousands of her employer's internal documents to the SEC and The Wall Street Journal. Was it worth it?
4:45 | The author of "The Power of One" tells us why she took such a gutsy step, and whether or not anything's changed since "The Facebook Files" series ran in the WSJ. What's the worst case scenario if platforms like Facebook and Instagram aren't held to higher standards of accountability and transparency? Frances shines a light on the ugly underbelly of social media like very few can.
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CHECK OUT THE WSJ SERIES: https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-facebook-files-11631713039
42:00 | How does Charles Adler navigate the negative aspects of social media? Chuck and Ryan debrief after the Haugen interview before getting into Adler's Father's Day column in the Winnipeg Free Press. Plus, what impact will today's four by-elections have on the federal political landscape?
1:09:10 | A British grandfather went from barely surviving COVID to winning gold at the European Arm Wrestling Championships less than three years later. We celebrate his remarkable story in this week's Positive Reflections presented by Kuby Renewable Energy.
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