Welcome to Compliance Hot Spots, our weekly snapshot on white-collar, regulatory and compliance news and trends. We look at why the Facebook whistleblower went to the SEC. Also, DOJ antitrust pick Jonathan Kanter went before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, plus our conversation with a former top criminal division official who is returning to private practice. Thanks for reading, and please get in touch with tips and feedback. Contact me at [email protected] and @AGoudsward on Twitter.

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen. Photo: Matt McClain/The Washington Post/Bloomberg

Why the Facebook Whistleblower Turned to the SEC

Disclosures from Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen have led to bombshell reports from the Wall Street Journal and a much-watched hearing in a Senate commerce subcommittee.

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