Alongside a picture of his Facebook employee badge and a drawing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Adin Rosenberg posted a lengthy note Monday explaining why he was leaving the company.
"These past years working on Messenger and Instagram have helped me grow personally and professionally, and I look back at them with many fond memories," Rosenberg wrote in a Facebook post. "However, recently I've been feeling a growing sense of disillusionment."
Rosenberg, who had been a software engineer for almost six years before leaving, is one of a now-steady trickle of Facebook employees who have left in recent months and made clear that they do not see the company as a force for good.
"As a result of the company's obsession with its growth, so many things go wrong," Rosenberg, who did not respond to a request for comment, wrote.
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