Thursday, June 20, 2024

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen fears the metaverse


Former Facebook employee Frances Hougen has become a whistleblower. Recently, Facebook has harshly criticized parent company Metawares. Mentioned by popular social media giant Facebook Metavares He said that the world of virtual reality has the potential to turn people into addicts. Additionally, Metawares warned that it would monopolize online and steal people’s personal information.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Hougen said the company was under “severe pressure” after pointing out failures at the company. That is why the parent company changed its name to Metawars. Mark Zuckerberg says he wants to take control of the world with the help of these metawares from the virtual reality world. He added that Metawares‌ has been named to avoid criticism until now. Virtual Reality said it was hiring 10,000 engineers to work on video games. Hogen said this virtual reality can have a significant impact on children’s mental health.

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