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Facebook publicly released its internal harassment policy — and it could change the way companies talk about harassment going forward (FB)

• On Friday, Facebook publicly released its internal anti-harassment policy on its website. • The post breaks down the tech giant's processes when it comes to investigating harassment claims.  • In a statement, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and VP of people Lori Goler pushed for more transparency surrounding harassment policies in the business world. On Friday, Facebook publicly released its internal policy on harassment.
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