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Facebook is a ‘living, breathing crime scene,’ says one former tech insider

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Three silicon valley insiders are accusing Facebook of prioritizing profits over people, pointing to Russia’s 2016 misinformation campaign against American voters through targeted ads. Facebook has announced plans to change its newsfeed, prioritizing updates from friends and families and limiting ads from companies. They also tells NBC News that they “have more work to do, and we’re heads down on getting it done.”