For Fox news, there were video clips discussed the event. People who work for Facebook felt unset about the company, but Facebook denied these charges. Both of articles mentioned Facebook’s stance, that “We’re a business and we make profit, but the idea that we do so at the expense of people’s safety or wellbeing misunderstands where our own commercial interests lie. The truth is we’ve invested $13 billion and have over 40,000 people to do one job: keep people safe on Facebook.” One of the articles on Fox also mentioned the stock price.
For Financial Times, whistleblower accused the company of placing “profit over safety” and shed light on its inner workings through thousands of pages of leaked memos. There are four surprising revelations the documents contain, which are Facebook has a huge language problem; Facebook often does not understand how its algorithms work; as its AI failed, Facebook made it harder to report hate speech; and Faced book fiddled while the Capitol burned. Facebook insisted itself as politically neutral, but Donald Trump sued it claiming it unlawfully silence conservative voices. Another article pointed out that 40 to 60 percent of new US accounts are made by users who already have a Facebook account, and employees raised concerns that company was generating revenues they should never have made.