In the past few days, The Washington Post published the first in a series of articles examining the Facebook Papers, tens of thousands of pages of internal documents from the social media giant.

The trove of confidential documents, originally collected by whistleblower Frances Haugen, reveal that Facebook has prioritized its financial success over the well-being of its users. A congressional staffer shared the files with a consortium of news organizations, including The Post.

Here’s what we know: Facebook eased up efforts to police misinformation and hate speech in the months before the Jan. 6 insurrection. At times, Mark Zuckerberg’s public remarks contradict, downplay or fail to disclose the company’s own findings about the safety of its products. And Facebook’s algorithms prioritized polarizing, divisive posts over what users liked on the news feed.

What questions do you have so far? The Post’s Elizabeth Dwoskin and Cat Zakrzewski answered your questions on Tuesday. Here are some of the questions they answered:

Read the transcript below.

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Teddy Amenabar, an editor on The Post’s audience team, produced this Q&A.