Facebook whistleblower works to pass new Internet laws


The transition to public figure was an unlikely one for Haugen. 'I don’t crave attention,' she told The Times. 'I eloped the first time I got married. I’ve had two birthday parties in, like, 20 years.' —Bloomberg

Frances Haugen was cooking dinner one Friday evening when her phone rang. On the other end of the line was the White House.

Could Haugen get to Washington in four days, Deputy Chief of Staff Bruce Reed asked. She’d been chosen to be the first lady’s guest at the forthcoming State of the Union.

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