A new whistleblower, a former employee of the Facebook group, accuses the US giant of thinking about profits rather than controlling hate messages and disinformation on its platform. The former employee allegedly made a statement to the SEC, the US financial authority. This was noted by the ‘Washington Post’. The group founded by Mark Zuckerberg is already facing the allegations before Congress made in recent days by former employee of the group Frances Haugen. In the statement, the former employee, writes the US newspaper, speaks of a conversation by a senior executive of the group, Tucker Bounds in 2017 when Facebook had to manage the controversy related to the alleged interference of Russia in the 2016 US presidential elections.