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Facebook Papers: Here’s a list to help you keep track of the most eye-popping stories

If you’re having trouble navigating news on the Facebook document leak, we’ve rounded up a few handy resources.

Facebook Papers: Here’s a list to help you keep track of the most eye-popping stories
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If you’re struggling to handle all the stories about the recent leak of Facebook documents, let us direct you to a few lists of where you can find all the best coverage in one place.

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First, if you’re a little lost about what the so-called Facebook Papers are, some context: The trove of documents was shared and reviewed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Wall Street Journal after Frances Haugen, who was publicly revealed to be the Facebook whistleblower, leaked the deluge materials; redacted versions were then given to Congress through Haugen’s legal team.

Later, those same documents were then passed onto over three dozen news outlets, including the Washington Post, the New York Times, and The Atlantic, which used the past few weeks to comb through the thousands of pages of internal company information, including chats and studies completed by Facebook itself.

Below are few convenient resources to track news on the Facebook Papers:

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  • Katie Harbath, a CEO of Anchor Change and a former Facebook public policy director, created a document of all the stories published thus far. At the time of this article’s publication date, there were more than 75 articles included in the resource, including the Journal’s series “The Facebook Files.” You can find the date-marked Google Doc here.
  • Protocol, a technology and politics website, published a resource, collecting the stories from each media outlet reporting on the documents’ revelations. Read through its list of reporting here.
  • Axios published a similar list organizing coverage around the materials’ major conclusions. Read its list here.
  • Twitter: And it would be remiss if groundbreaking news about social media wasn’t broken on social media. A Twitter list by CNN correspondent Donie O’Sullivan includes coverage from the WSJ and video segments on CNN. Find the medley of tweets and story links here and follow news concerning Facebook in general under the Twitter topic here.
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Diana is an assistant editor for Fast Company's Work Life section. Previously, she was an editor at Vice and an editorial assistant at Entrepreneur

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